Cheap Flights from Inverness to Dublin (INV - DUB)
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Flight information Inverness to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 297 miles
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Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of March 2016
Airlines that fly from Inverness to Dublin
Flybe (Loganair) is currently the only airline operating direct flights from Inverness to Dublin.
Terminal Information – Departing
Inverness Airport has one terminal. Free Wi-Fi is available, and there are pay-as-you-go computer terminals in the departure lounge too. Dining options at the airport are limited: there's one place to eat after security: the Airside Cafe and Bar. There are two places to eat in the public area of the airport: D'Lish Landside Restaurant and Bar and The Meeting Place. Shops at the airport include WH Smith, The Fly Nip whisky shop, and Jail at the Airport: an outpost of the famous Dornoch store. Inverness Airport has two executive lounges, available to all passengers regardless of ticket type. The Exchange is best for business travellers, while the Servisair lounge (£17.99*) is better if you're looking for somewhere more plush to relax before you fly to Dublin.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Flybe flights land at terminal 1 of Dublin Airport. The airport's bus stops and taxi ranks are located outside the arrivals hall. The Aircoach 700 express bus is the fastest way to reach the city centre on public transport. Single tickets cost €9* (just over £7) while return tickets are €15* (just under £12). A slightly slower, but cheaper, option is the Dublin bus 747. This costs €6* (around £4.70) for a single ticket and €10* (about £7.80) for a return. Taxis at Dublin Airport are metered, so your fare price will depend on how far you're going. Car hire at Dublin Airport is available from a range of big brands: most of them prefer you to pre-book. You can find their desks in the arrivals hall.
Dublin and Inverness are both within the Common Travel Area, so you don't need a passport to travel between them. You will need to show some photographic ID for security purposes. Official identification (such as driving licenses) are usually accepted, but if in doubt we recommend checking Flybe's website for a full list of approved ID types for domestic travel. Aim to arrive at the airport at least an hour before your flight is scheduled to depart.
What to expect in Dublin
The local currency is the Euro (€). Dublin and Inverness have similar climates, although Dublin is a few degrees warmer on average. July is the warmest month with an average temperature of 16°C, while January is generally the chilliest with an average temperature of 5°C. August is the wettest month, so if you're visiting then we recommend packing an umbrella. Prices in Dublin are slightly higher than Inverness, especially for food and drink.
For more on what to expect in the Irish capital, visit our Dublin travel guide.
*Prices subject to change
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