Flights from Nottingham to Dublin

Flight information Nottingham to Dublin

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Look to Ryanair for cheap flights from Nottingham to Dublin. These flights are direct, making this one of the quickest ways to get to Dublin. KLM, bmi regional, and Lufthansa will also take you to Dublin, but their Nottingham to Dublin flights have two stops.

If you fly with bmi regional and have a stop in Brussels, you can change airlines to Lufthansa and make another stop in Frankfurt before you land in Dublin. You can also take bmi regional and have a layover in Brussels where you get on a KLM flight to Amsterdam and then on to Dublin. Both of these flights from Nottingham to Dublin can take all day, but they’re a convenient option if you need to stop in one of those cities.

Follow your airline’s packing instructions and arrive at the airport three hours before your flight with all proper documents to have a seamless check-in process and a stress-free journey. For cheap flights from Nottingham to Dublin, British or EU citizens can enter with proof of their citizenship, but if you're not a British or EU citizen, you'll need a passport that is valid throughout the duration of your stay.

In East Midlands Airport (EMA), you can prebook a lounge pass. In the lounge, you get complimentary snacks, drinks, magazines, and newspapers, but most importantly, you get comfortable chairs and a quiet setting. If you need to catch up on work, there’s free Wi-Fi access throughout the lounge. You can also prebook a parking spot and take the stress out of getting to the airport. When you’re in a hurry, the airport does offer FastTrack service that will get you through security in 10 minutes.

Nottingham Airport has many shops, so you can browse through Urban Decay, Lancome, Pandora, and Tom Ford while you wait for your flight. If you want a quick coffee and a pastry, head to Flat White Coffee Club. When the whole family wants a filling meal, take them to Frankie & Benny’s.

What to Expect in Dublin

After your Nottingham to Dublin flights arrive, you’ll want quick transport to your destination, and Dublin Airport (DUB) offers a range of transportation possibilities. Avis, Hertz, Thrifty, and other car rental companies have desks outside the arrivals hall of Terminal 1. Taxis are available directly outside Terminals 1 and 2, and the airport is well-connected by buses and coaches to the city and many other locations.

There is hardly a difference in temperature between Nottingham and Dublin no matter the time of year. Summer highs reach 17 °C, and winter lows are 3 °C on average in both cities. There is no time difference between the two cities.

You will find a difference in the cost of living when you arrive in Dublin. Transportation prices are over 50 percent more in Dublin. When eating out, prices for meals are between 15 and 29 percent more, depending on the quality of the restaurant.

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