Flights Dublin (DUB) - London (LON)

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Dublin London
Fri, 09 Aug DUB - LHR
Mon, 12 Aug LHR - DUB
-13 %
128€ 111€
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Dublin London
Tue, 13 Aug DUB - LGW
14€ 13€
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Dublin London
Thu, 01 Aug DUB - LHR
Sat, 03 Aug LHR - DUB
56€ 52€
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Dublin London
Sun, 28 Jul DUB - LHR
Sun, 28 Jul LHR - DUB
-14 %
104€ 90€
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Dublin London
Wed, 07 Aug DUB - LGW
Wed, 07 Aug LGW - DUB
-11 %
93€ 83€
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Dublin London
Wed, 14 Aug DUB - LGW
Wed, 14 Aug LGW - DUB
106€ 102€
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Route information

Currency and cost comparison

Train Local, one-way ticket
64% Trains are 64% more expensive in London than in Dublin.
Dublin 2€
London 3.27€
Meal Mid-priced restaurant
19% The average meal is 19% more expensive in London than in Dublin.
Dublin 20€
London 23.79€
Exchange rate
1 EUR = 0.85 GBP
1 GBP = 1.19 EUR
Last checked on 18 July 2024
Distance: 463 kms
Dublin airports
Dublin (DUB) How far from city centre: 9 kms
London airports
Gatwick (LGW) How far from city centre: 40 kms
Heathrow (LHR) How far from city centre: 23 kms
Stansted (STN) How far from city centre: 49 kms
Luton International (LTN) How far from city centre: 43 kms
Southend (SEN) How far from city centre: 57 kms
London City (LCY) How far from city centre: 12 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Dublin

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.

Getting to London

London is one of the greatest cities in the world and needs no introduction. London was the heart of the British Empire and this is reflected in the multi-cultural ethos of the city. While English remains the lingua franca of London, more than 300 languages are spoken by its inhabitants. Find time to visit one of the numerous museums that dot the city, especially The British Museum, which houses more than 8 million works. Visit Buckingham Palace, take a stroll on Oxford Street, shop at Harrods or just walk along the River Thames. Finally, do not forget to try some fish and chips along with a mug of dark ale.

Arriving to the city centre

Cheap flights from Dublin to London may arrive at any of the airports in London. Heathrow is the largest airport in London and is 15 minutes away from Paddington Station on the Heathrow Express. Gatwick Airport is located in West Sussex and the Gatwick Express reaches Victoria Station in 30 minutes. Luton Airport is located close to the border between Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire and is 40 minutes away from Central London. Stansted is located in Essex and the train reaches Liverpool Street in 47 minutes. Southend Airport is located in Essex too, and the train takes 54 minutes to reach Liverpool Street. London City Airport is already located in the center of the city.

Frequently asked questions about flights from Dublin to London

What are the benefits of booking flexible flight tickets?
Using the flexible flight ticket, you're guaranteed a refund or a rebooking option (without fees) in case of flight cancellations when travelling to United Kingdom. At eDreams have you covered!
For flights from Dublin to London, how can I find the cheapest price?
On eDreams we use machine learning to find the most economical flight between Dublin and London. By taking into account the combinations of airlines, stopovers, direct flights as well as the various criteria for the journeys, our search engine allows us to offer our customers the best price under the best conditions.
Is London more expensive than Dublin to visit?
Looking at the price of taxis, a ride in London costs an around 4.76 EUR euros, 6% more expensive than Dublin, with a fare of 4.50 EUR euros, while train tickets cost 64% more in London: 3.27 EUR euros against 2.00 EUR euros in Dublin. Comparing the price of a meal, they range from 23.79 EUR euros in London, 19% more than the 20.00 EUR euros in Dublin. The price of a coffee is approximately 7% more expensive in London, with an average of 4.32 EUR euros, while in Dublin the coffee costs 4.02 EUR.
When booking, when is the best time to do so in order to get the best prices for Dublin to London flights?
The most popular month for flights from Dublin to London are: December, July and August.
When is the best time to travel from Dublin to London?
A good period of the year to visit London from Dublin really depends on lots of personal preferences, price being one of the main criteria When it comes to popularity, August is the best month to fly to London from Dublin, basedd on searches from our customers, followed by July and December. If you prefer to avoid the busy season and get away from the crowds March, February and May are the months with fewer searches for the route Dublin -  London.
What is the duration of a flight from Dublin to London?
Flight time, on average, from Dublin to London is usually 01:26 hours on average, at an average distance of 477 km, for flights for the route (which may have 1 or more stops in other cities in between).
What is the weather like in London compared to Dublin?
The average temperature in Dublin the average temperature is 23.67 degrees in summer, with precipitation around 12.0 mm , London's temperatures reach 29.01 during the hot season, with 9.0 average of rain rate . In winter, however, weather indicators show around -3.09 degrees in London, compared to the -2.3 average degrees reported in Dublin. During the winter period, Dublin can register 12.0 mm precipitation, while London have an average of 6.0 mm rain level.
Which airports have flights between Dublin and London?
The most common route form Dublin to London is: Dublin (DUB) to London City (LCY). These airlines fly this route:
  • CityJet.
  • British Airways.
  • BA Cityflyer.
  • Find more Dublin to London flights between Dublin (DUB) to Gatwick (LGW) which are flown by the following airline(s): British Airways.
  • Etihad Airways.
The airlines that fly indirectly from Dublin to London are:
Air France, stopping in Amsterdam for 70 minutes at least.

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Date 2018-04-12 Age 31-50 City Irish

Their is 1hr 30mins delay which is affecting us and becauce my childrens Surename is different we sit in different sit which is not good enough I was asking to pay for the sit if we want to sit together. I don't paying.

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Date 2018-07-22 Age 51-70 City Dublin


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Date 2018-04-10 Age 51-70 City Ireland/UK

Nice and small. When I was there very few people so easy to check in luggage and get through screening etc. PLEASE NOTE two things: 1. Why should anyone have to surrender water if over 100ml? SURELY you should be able to empty your bottle of water carry the bottle through and then REFILL? This monstrous abuse of a basic human need should be respected. You get to keep the plastic bottle rather than surrendering it. and you get FREE water the other side. And that should be available the other side. you SHOULD NOT have to pay anything at all for it. This applies to ALL AIRPORTS. Free drinking water if available at all is not signposted. I could see no sign of it in SEN - anywhere at all. Just the usual payment for bottled water. If you want to lead the movement then make SEN a FREE WATER airport - you could make a real difference!!!!

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5.0 /5
Date 2018-12-22 Age Over 70 City Britain

Dublin Ryan Air staff could be friendly and at least try to help if only a little

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