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Fly from Glasgow to Dublin
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Flight duration52 mins
Airports servicing Glasgow
- Glasgow International (GLA)
- Prestwick (PIK)
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- Dublin (DUB)
Average temperature for July in Dublin19.5 °C
Average rainfall for July in Dublin57.5 mm
Dublin might be the capital of the Republic of Ireland, but it still hangs onto its small-town charm. In fact, it’s considered one of the friendliest cities in the world, welcoming millions of admirers every year.
Dublin is a city of many stories. Castles, cathedrals and Georgian townhouses tell tales of the past. Meanwhile, everyone from pub landlords to museum staff will be happy to fill you in on the city’s past.
Best of all, you don’t have to spend much to hear the stories first-hand. Glasgow to Dublin flights can dip as low as £20.
How long is the flight from Glasgow to Dublin?
You get to Dublin in an around an hour when you fly from Glasgow.
Which airlines operate flights from Glasgow to Dublin?
Aer Lingus and Ryanair fly direct from Glasgow to Dublin. It’s not usually worth flying with another carrier – they add in stopovers that double the travel time.
How frequent are flights between Glasgow and Dublin?
You can take your pick of Glasgow to Dublin flights – they normally depart several times a day.
Which airports serve Glasgow and Dublin?
Flights travel between Glasgow International and Dublin Airport.
Which direct flight route between Glasgow and Dublin is cheapest?
The cheapest flights from Glasgow to London usually come courtesy of Ryanair. Prices can dive as low as £20 for direct return flights. Aer Lingus offers great travel deals, too.
Flights from Glasgow to Dublin whisk you away to the east coast of Ireland. One of the first things you’ll notice about the city is its historic streets. Dublin Castle, the National Museum of Ireland and St Patrick’s Cathedral decorate the stone streets. Meanwhile, cobbled thoroughfare Temple Bar dishes up a heap of world-class restaurants, pubs, clubs and theatres.
The River Liffey curves through it all. It’s the lifeblood of almost every traditional industry in the city, including the Guinness Storehouse.
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