Cheap Flights from Newcastle to Dublin
Flight information Newcastle to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 214 miles
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Airlines that fly from Newcastle to Dublin
Aer Lingus Regional and Ryanair both offer flights from Newcastle to Dublin.
Terminal Information – Departing
Newcastle Airport has one terminal, but there's plenty to keep you entertained in the departure lounge. Shops include Accessorize, Boots, JD Sports, and Cuba Lily duty free. There's eleven different refreshment stops, with something to suit every appetite.
Real ale fans can whet their whistle at The Beer House, which has an outdoor area for smokers too. For those red eye flights you can't beat a quick coffee in Starbucks. If you're peckish you can grab a tasty baguette at Upper Crust or tuck into a pasty at Greggs. If you really want to treat yourself, head to Cabin: this restaurant prides itself on its locally sourced food and excellent wine list.
There's also an Aerospa if you fancy a mini-treatment before your flight to Dublin, and a Namco games arcade if you want to blow off some steam. If you have a bit of work to do, or just want a bit of extra luxury, book into the Aspire lounge. Comfy seats, unlimited Wi-Fi, complementary snacks, entertainment for the children: it doesn't get much better.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Aer Lingus fly into Terminal 2, while Ryanair flights land at Terminal 1. There are taxi ranks at both terminals. Taxi journeys into Dublin take roughly 30 minutes.
Public transport stops at the public area in between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. There are two express buses between the airport and the city centre. The Aircoach 700 and the Dublin Bus 747 both offer relatively cheap tickets to the city centre.
If you prefer to have your own mode of transport you'll find car hire desks in both terminals: in the arrivals hall of T1, and in the multi-storey car park of T2. Search now to compare car hire at Dublin Airport.
Ireland and the UK are both members of the common travel area. You don't technically need your passport to visit Dublin, just a form of photographic ID such as your driving license. Some airlines do prefer to see a passport, however, so do check the terms and conditions of your ticket before you go to the airport.
What to expect in Dublin
Dublin is slightly more expensive than Newcastle. Prices seem even higher as they're in Euro. The climate is similar to the northern UK too, so if you're visiting during summer you might want to pack your umbrella and a few jumpers as well as your sunglasses and shorts.
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