Dublin is one of the most vibrant capitals in Europe and is the biggest city in the Republic of Ireland. It is also the location of Dublin Airport, the primary airport serving the air travel needs of the city. It is a busy airport capable of processing 25 million passengers annually. Travelers who are booked on flights from Dublin to New York will leave from one of its two terminals. The airport features baggage storage facilities, dining areas, shops and cash dispensing machines. For US travelers, 51st&Green is the convenient US Preclearance Lounge where you can relax, eat, shower or work. There is also an entertainment zone with TV and free Wi-Fi.
There are several ways to get to Dublin Airport. The most comfortable means if you have bags with you is to take a taxi from the hotel or ask the front desk if airport transfers and shuttles are offered. A location-based app, such as Uber, is also another option to reach the airport. Several bus companies provide regular services to Dublin airport such as CityScape, Airport Hopper, Aircoach and Dublin Bus. National coach services operate from Cork, Belfast and other points in Dublin to the airport. If you plan to drive, use N1, R135 and M50 or R108.
All roads lead to New York and this is not really a surprise. Powered by a diverse mix of cultures, the city offers delightful architecture, an amazing dining scene and stunning art. Marvel at iconic landmarks and architectural wonders, enjoy the shopping districts or watch a sports event. Get caught up in Broadway fever or explore quirky neighborhoods. New York is also known for its restaurants, you are never too far from satisfaction whether you fancy Italian or American. There is no doubt at all that New York trumps other cities when it comes to nightlife, as there is nowhere more alive than there with its bright lights, vibrant bars and raucous dancefloors.
Passengers on flights from Dublin to New York will land at any of the three airports serving the city: John F. Kennedy International, La Guardia or Newark Liberty International. From JFK to downtown New York, you can take taxicabs from outside of the terminals or use the MTA NYC subway from Jamaica or Howard Beach Station. Other ways to get to the centre include trains, car and van services and car rentals. From La Guardia, you can use the NJ Transit Bus/Express Bus, taxis or van services to go to NYC. Newark Liberty is served by Amtrak trains and NJ Transit buses in addition to taxis and vans to reach New York.