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Fly from Birmingham to Dublin
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Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Dublin
When it comes to city breaks, Dublin is a perennial tourist favourite. Over 8 million of us visit this riverside city each year, beguiled by its cobbled streets, grand Georgian architecture and friendly welcome. And as the capital of the Republic of Ireland, it has its fair share of castles and cathedrals, too. But the most popular attraction in Dublin showcases a wholly different type of history. It’s the Guinness Storehouse, where you can get the lowdown on the most famous stout on the planet.
How long is the flight from Birmingham to Dublin?
Nice and quick – around 1 hour 10 minutes.
Which airlines operate flights from Birmingham to Dublin?
The Irish carriers Aer Lingus and Ryanair fly between Birmingham and Dublin. British Airways and KLM are other options.
How frequent are flights between Birmingham and Dublin?
Flights operate several times a day.
Which airports serve Birmingham and Dublin?
All flights jet off from Birmingham International and land in Dublin Airport. Some journeys include stopovers, but it’s probably not worth it for such a short flight.
Which direct flight route between Birmingham and Dublin is cheapest?
A cheap flight from Birmingham to Dublin often costs less than £50. These are the direct journeys, usually run by a budget airline.
Fancy saving a few extra pennies? You can often save even more by flying with one carrier and returning with another. It also gives you a bigger range of flight dates and times.
A Birmingham to Dublin flight will land you in the capital city of the Republic of Ireland in just over an hour. Wandering the charm-packed city is a real tour through Irish history. Norman churches, Medieval castles, Georgian townhouses and modern glass theatres decorate the streets. To delve straight into the historic heart of Dublin, though, you’ve got to make a beeline for Temple Bar. Folk pubs, pop up cinemas, nightclubs and world-class restaurants keep this cobbled quarter lively. Fancy tasting the famous local stout? Head to the Guinness Storehouse, where you can sip the brew on the city-view rooftop bar.
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