Flights from Glasgow to Dublin

Glasgow to Dublin

  • 3 airlines fly direct from Glasgow to Dublin
  • £27 was the cheapest return price from Glasgow to Dublin last month
  • Glasgow to Dublin is 170 miles
  • The average flight time from Glasgow to Dublin is 1h
  • There are 58 flights a week from Glasgow to Dublin
  • The most popular airline flying from Glasgow to Dublin last month was Ryanair

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Flights from Glasgow to Dublin

This information is correct as of August 2015

Airlines that fly from Glasgow to Dublin

Aer Lingus Regional and Ryanair both fly to Dublin from Glasgow Airport. There are currently no flights to Dublin from Prestwick Airport.

Terminal Information – Departing

Glasgow Airport only has one terminal. There are plenty of high street shops to browse, including specialist stores like Celtic and Victoria's Secret. There are 12 places to grab a refreshment. If you just fancy a coffee and a cake you can pop into Starbucks, for a pint with your pals there's Wetherspoons, and for a more substantial meal there's Frankie & Benny's.

There's a soft play area for kids aged 6 and under, perfect for keeping little ones entertained before your flight to Dublin. Wi-Fi is free for the first 30 minutes, afterwards you have to pay a premium. If you need internet for longer you can check into the UpperDeck lounge. Food and drink is complementary, although alcoholic drinks are limited to four per person.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Aer Lingus land at Terminal 2 while Ryanair land at Terminal 1. Taxi ranks are available outside both terminals, as is car hire at Dublin Airport. In Terminal 1 the car hire desks are inside the arrivals hall, and in Terminal 2 they can be found in the multi-storey car park.

If you're planning on taking public transport just follow signs to the shared bus stop area. There are two fast buses which connect the airport with the city. The Aircoach 700 is the fastest: tickets cost €9* (about £6.35) for a single or €15* (about £10.60) for a return. Dublin Bus 747 takes a little longer but is cheaper at €6 (about £4.25) for a single and €10 (just over £7) for a return.

Practical Information

Ireland and the UK are both members of the Common Travel Area. You don't need your passport to fly to Dublin, just a form of official photographic ID (i.e. your driving license). Some airlines do prefer to see a passport, so remember to check the terms and conditions of your ticket carefully before going to the airport.

What to expect in Dublin

Prices in Dublin are similar to Glasgow, although they may feel higher as they're written in Euro. The climate is very similar to Scotland and the weather can be quite unpredictable. It's best to prepare for all kinds of weather eventualities. Make sure you pack plenty of cosy clothes and waterproofs as well as your sunglasses if you're visiting during summer.


*Prices subject to change

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