Dublin is the capital of Ireland and is an ancient city with a number of monuments. Dublin Airport is located 10 kilometers away from the city center. Dublin Airport has two terminals from which you can catch flights to both domestic and international destinations.
One can catch a flight from Dublin to London at the Dublin Airport. This airport is also connected to all the major European and international destinations. Dublin Airport began to function in 1940, when the inaugural flight to Liverpool took off. Today, it is one of the busiest airports in Europe.
Getting to Dublin airport
The best way to catch flights from Dublin to London is by arriving at Dublin Airport well in advance. Dublin Airport is 10 kilometers north of the city center, and is close to the M1 and M50 motorways. Take Dublin Bus's Route 16 from Ballinteer, Route 41 from Lower Abbey Street and Route 102 from Sutton Station. The Airlink Express connects Dublin city center directly with the airport. Aircoach offer shuttle services to Dublin Airport from the city center 24/7. You can also choose to hire taxis or limousines to the airport, but they tend to be expensive.