Cheap Flights from Leeds Bradford to Dublin
Flight information Leeds Bradford to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 190 miles
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Airlines flying from Leeds to Dublin
Ryanair, Aer Lingus and British Airways all fly direct from Leeds Bradford Airport to Dublin.
It's recommended you arrive at the airport one hour before your scheduled departure time. Leeds Bradford Airport has just one terminal, and the check-in desks are located in Check in Halls A & B on the ground floor of the terminal building. Ryanair passengers must check in online and a bag drop facility is available at the airport – bag drop desks open two hours before your flight departs and you'll need to print your boarding pass at home. British Airways, Aer Lingus and Air France passengers can check in online or at the airport.
Pick up some last minute essentials or gifts at the airport's shops, which include Superdrug, Cargo, WH Smith and World Duty Free. Passengers travelling on domestic flights can use the 'Shop and Collect' service – buy before you fly and collect your purchases on your return; great if you're purchasing heavy items such as perfume or alcohol. There are a range of dining options at the Leeds Airport including the Camden Food Company, Caffe Ritazza, Sports Bar, Burger King and The Saltaire Bar and Eatery.
Free unlimited superfast Wi-Fi 24/7 is available throughout the airport terminal.
The Yorkshire Premier Lounge offers an all-inclusive experience which can be booked online. Unwind before your departure with a well-stocked complimentary bar which includes wine, spirits and beer as well as soft drinks, tea and coffee. Choose from a range of hot and cold snacks or stay entertained with access to superfast free Wi-Fi, plasma TVs and a range of magazines and daily papers.
Dublin Airport is located just over 5 miles to the North of the city centre. There are two terminals here – Ryanair and British Airways flights arrive at Terminal 1 whilst Aer Lingus flights arrive at Terminal 2.
In the Terminal 1 arrivals hall you'll find Bank of Ireland ATMs and an information desk. Terminal 2 arrivals is home to WH Smith, Spar, The Oak Bar, and Food Court.
The easiest way to travel to Dublin city centre is by bus or taxi. Buses are run by Airlink or Air Coach. Air Coach provides a 24/7 service to the city centre, stopping at most hotels.
Taxis are available from ranks directly outside both terminals, where dispatchers are on hand to help. The journey to the city centre takes approximately 20 minutes, depending on traffic.
There are a number of car hire companies at Dublin Airport. Hertz, Budget, Avis, Europcar, Dooley, Enterprise and Sixt all have desks in the Terminal 1 arrivals hall, whilst Hertz, Budget, Avis and Europcar also have offices in the Terminal 2 multi-storey car park.
Ireland is part of the Common Travel Area (CTA) which means British nationals do not need a passport in order to travel. You will still need to supply a form of photographic identification.
What to expect in Dublin
Dublin is Ireland's capital city, packed with tourist attractions, history, art and culture. The fairly compact city centre is easy to navigate on foot; you'll find the main tourist office located just off Grafton Street in St Andrew's Church.
Dublin's mild climate means you can enjoy a trip here at any time of year. Even winters are not too cold, with average temperatures of around 5ºC – in summer temperatures reach a maximum of around 20ºC, not too hot for sightseeing.
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