Flights Dublin - Newcastle

Last minute flights from Dublin to Newcastle

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Dublin Newcastle
Fri, 01 Mar DUB - NCL
Tue, 05 Mar NCL - DUB
289€ 273€
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Dublin Newcastle
Wed, 06 Mar DUB - NCL
20€ 19€
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Dublin Newcastle
Wed, 06 Mar DUB - NCL
Thu, 07 Mar NCL - DUB
88€ 83€
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Dublin Newcastle
Fri, 15 Mar DUB - NCL
Fri, 15 Mar NCL - DUB
234€ 222€
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Dublin Newcastle
Sat, 16 Mar DUB - NCL
Sun, 17 Mar NCL - DUB
152€ 140€
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Dublin Newcastle
Thu, 21 Mar DUB - NCL
Sat, 23 Mar NCL - DUB
159€ 147€
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Route information

Currency and cost comparison

Train Local, one-way ticket
35% Trains are 35% more expensive in Newcastle than in Dublin.
Dublin 2€
Newcastle 2.69€
Meal Mid-priced restaurant
12% A meal in Newcastle is 12% cheaper than a meal in Dublin.
Dublin 20€
Newcastle 17.51€
Exchange rate
1 EUR = 0.87 GBP
1 GBP = 1.17 EUR
Last checked on 22 February 2024
Distance: 352 kms
Dublin airports
Dublin (DUB) How far from city centre: 9 kms
Newcastle airports
Newcastle International (NCL) How far from city centre: 9 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Dublin

Irish capital Dublin is a curious mix of the ancient and the modern. This beautiful medieval city is served by Dublin Airport, which is around ten kilometers from the city center. The airport has two terminals and several parking areas to support the millions of passengers who use this airport.

Your flight to Newcastle from Dublin will take off from Dublin Airport, which is not very far from the city center. This airport has remained functional since 1940, when the first flight took off to Liverpool. It has witnessed World War II and has managed to remain operational through good and bad times.

Getting to Dublin airport

To catch a flight from Dublin to Newcastle, passengers will have to arrive at the Dublin Airport that is not far away from the city center and is linked to the various Dublin neighborhoods by buses. In case you're in Ballinteer, take bus 16 to get to the airport. If you're near the Sutton Station, use the bus 102 to reach the airport. The bus 41 serves the passengers that are close to Lower Abbey Street. In any case, there are also Aircoach services that are offered 24/7.

Getting to Newcastle

Newcastle, also known as Newcastle upon Tyne, is a city in North East England. The city is famous for its nightclubs, restaurants and bars. Begin your journey at one of the restaurants in the Quayside area. From here, head toward Collingwood Street, a place known for its fashionable bars. In the afternoon, you can explore 'The Gate', an indoor complex of restaurants, movie halls and bars. Another area to explore is The Pink Triangle, which is known for its LGBT-friendly clubs and cafes. Last, but not least, do not forget to grab a Chinese meal on Stowell Street, known for its authentic Chinese restaurants.

Arriving to the city centre

Your flight from Dublin to Newcastle will land at Newcastle International Airport, which is located nine kilometers from the city center. The Tyne and Wear Metro connects Newcastle with the airport. All you need to do is walk through the indoor walkway to reach the Airport station. From there, get on the metro toward Newcastle city center. This journey should take around 20 minutes. Another option is to take public buses that run every half hour. You can also choose to hail taxis and rented cars to get to your destination. Of course, these options tend to be more expensive.

Frequently asked questions about flights from Dublin to Newcastle

How is COVID-19 currently affecting flights from Dublin to Newcastle?
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 Newcastle, how can I find the cheapest price?
On eDreams we use machine learning to find the most economical flight between Dublin and Newcastle. 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 Newcastle more expensive than Dublin to visit?
Looking at taxi prices, a ride in Newcastle costs an average of 2.80 EUR euros, 33% cheaper than Dublin, with a fare of 4.20 EUR euros, while train tickets cost 35% more in Newcastle: 2.69 EUR euros against 2.00 EUR euros in Dublin. Comparing the price of a meal, they range from 17.51 EUR euros in Newcastle, 12% less than the 20.00 EUR euros in Dublin. The price of a coffee is approximately 3% cheaper in Newcastle, with an average of 3.74 EUR euros, while in Dublin the coffee costs 3.86 EUR.
When booking, when is the best time to do so in order to get the best prices for Dublin to Newcastle flights?
The most popular month for flights from Dublin to Newcastle are: January, April and August.
When is the best time to travel from Dublin to Newcastle?
A good period of the year to visit Newcastle from Dublin really depends on lots of personal preferences, price being one of the main criteria When it comes to popularity, May is the best month to fly to Newcastle from Dublin, basedd on searches from our customers, followed by August and October. If you prefer to avoid the busy season and get away from the crowds December, September and July are the months with fewer searches for the route Dublin -  Newcastle.
What is the duration of a flight from Dublin to Newcastle?
Flight time, on average, from Dublin to Newcastle is usually 01:14 hours on average, at an average distance of 358 km, for flights for the route (which may have 1 or more stops in other cities in between).
What is the weather like in Newcastle compared to Dublin?
The average temperature in Dublin the average temperature is 23.67 degrees in summer, with precipitation around 12.0 mm , Newcastle's temperatures reach 23.91 during the hot season, with 6.0 average of rain rate . In winter, however, weather indicators show around -3.52 degrees in Newcastle, compared to the -2.3 average degrees reported in Dublin. During the winter period, Dublin can register 12.0 mm precipitation, while Newcastle have an average of 6.0 mm rain level.
Which airports have flights between Dublin and Newcastle?
The most common route form Dublin to Newcastle is: Dublin (DUB) to Newcastle International (NCL). These airlines fly this route:
  • Ryanair.
  • Stobart Air.
  • Aer Lingus.
The airlines that fly indirectly from Dublin to Newcastle are:
The airlines that fly indirectly from Dublin to Newcastle are:
  • British Airways, stopping in London for 110 minutes at least.
  • Air France, with 70 minutes stop in Paris.
  • Flybe, with 90 minutes scale in Aberdeen.

Newcastle International - Customer reviews

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