Flights from Dublin to London
Flight information Dublin to London
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Average flight time, total distance 471 kilometers
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others
There is a number of airports in London - London Heathrow Airport is the main airport and there are four smaller airports - London Gatwick Airport, London Stansted Airport, London City Airport, and London Luton Airport. There are four airlines operating flights from Dublin to London - Aer Lingus, British Airways, CityJet and Ryanair via all airports.
* This information is correct as of June 2017
Airport Information - Arriving
London Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in Europe serving over 75 million travelers a year. At the airport you will find an extensive selection of amenities and facilities so you won’t be short on things to do. As well as offering a wide variety of cafes, bars and eateries, travelers can also browse through many different shops offering everything from luxury and designer brands to duty free goods. Once you have landed at Heathrow Airport, the quickest way to reach central London is on the Heathrow Express which takes just 15 minutes and arrives at Paddington.
London Gatwick Airport is London’s second busiest airport which offers everything you would need such as restaurants, shops and bars. It only takes 30 minutes to reach central London from the airport on the Gatwick Express which arrives at London Victoria Station.
London City Airport is the closest airport to central London which has its own tube station. Despite being a small airport, you can find a sizeable range of amenities and services such as cafes, bars and restaurants.
London Luton Airport is the fourth busiest airport in London located around 45km outside of the city. Once you have arrived at the airport you can use the shuttle bus to the nearby Luton Airport Parkway train station before continuing your journey into London.
London Stansted Airport is the third busiest airport in London which is only a 45 minute train journey away from the city on the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street Station. At both airport travelers can enjoy an extensive range of amenities such as shops, bars and restaurants to ensure your stay is pleasant.
Airport Information - Departing
Dublin Airport is the busiest airport in Ireland serving around 28 million passengers annually. The airport has two passenger terminals including the new Terminal 2 which only opened in 2010. You will find all of the amenities and services you would expect of a modern airport at Dublin airport such as retail shops and duty free stores in addition to many different places to eat and drink. If you don’t want to drive or take a taxi to the airport there are a few public transport services running to the airport from central Dublin.
What to Expect in London
In London the weather over the summer is sunny and pleasant although a little variable, but make sure you pack something warm if you visit over winter as temperatures can get cold. You will not need to acquire a visa if you are an Irish citizen in order to fly to London, but remember to bring all of your travel documents such as your passport. Check out the top hotels in London to make the most out of your visit to the UK.
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