Flights from Liverpool to Dublin

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Liverpool to Dublin

  • £28 was the cheapest return price from Liverpool to Dublin last month
  • Liverpool to Dublin is 139 miles
  • 1 airline flies direct from Liverpool to Dublin
  • The average flight time from Liverpool to Dublin is 50min
  • There are 25 flights a week from Liverpool to Dublin
  • The most popular airline flying from Liverpool to Dublin last month was Ryanair

Airlines that fly from Liverpool to Dublin

Ireland's two largest airlines, Aer Lingus and Ryanair, both fly this route.

Terminal Information – Departing

Liverpool Airport only has one terminal, which is small but has a perfectly formed selection of shops and refreshment stands. There's a JD Sports for great value sportswear, WHSmith for some in flight reading, World Duty Free for luxury goods, Boots for last minute beauty buys, and a With Love From Liverpool souvenir shop.

If you're in the mood for something to eat or drink, you're in luck. There are nine places to choose from at Liverpool Airport, with something to suit every mood. You can have a slap-up-meal at Frankie & Benny's, a quick sarnie at Subway, a cheeky pint at JD Wetherspoon or a revitalising coffee at Starbucks.

If you like to relax in style before your flight you can book into the Aspire Lounge, which offers free Wi-Fi and complementary snacks and drinks. If you pre-book, you can get your lounge access for a slightly cheaper price compared to walk-ins.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Aer Lingus fly into Terminal 2, while Ryanair land at Terminal 1. There are taxi ranks outside both terminals. Bus stops can be found in the common area between terminals. There are two coaches between the airport and the city centre: The Aircoach 700 and the Dublin Bus 747 can take you straight to the city centre with a journey time of around 30 mins.

The car hire companies Hertz, Budget, Avis, Europcar and Dooley Car Rentals have bases in both terminals. In Terminal 1 the desks are in the arrivals hall, and in Terminal 2 they're in the multi-storey car park. Find deals on car hire at Dublin Airport.

Practical Information

Ireland is part of the Common Travel Area, so you don't need your passport to visit Dublin. Some form of photographic ID is required: you can use your driving license. While this is technically true, some airlines prefer to see a passport. Check the terms and conditions of your ticket carefully before leaving for the airport.

What to expect in Dublin

The prices in Dublin are fairly similar to those in Liverpool, although you might feel like you're spending more as prices are in Euro. Dublin has a similar climate to the northern UK, so it's best to pack for all eventualities. If you're visiting during the summer you might experience scorching sunshine but you also might experience plenty of drizzle.