Flight Reservations to Ireland

Ireland, popularly called the Emerald Isle, situated on the edge of Europe, is though a small country, but with big attractions. Thousands of tourists from around the world take flights to Ireland to immerse in the music, sports, literature and countless fun options that this amazing country has to offer. By virtue of being bordered by the calmer Irish Sea on the east and the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast, Ireland is a paradise for water enthusiasts as most places in the country are close to the sea, just within a 30 miles distance.

Do you fancy visiting Ireland for your next vacation? Then look no further and book flight tickets to Ireland with FlyOfinder at great discounts and deals. Save on your travel while enjoying the picturesque rolling hills, golf courses, and myriad outdoor options such as horse-riding, biking, hiking and walking. Get ready to treasure memories lasting a lifetime with your vacation in Ireland! 

Flying to Ireland

Airport

Dublin Airport

Airport Code

DUB

High Season

mid-June to mid-September

Low Season

November to March

Cheapest Month to Fly

February

Most Expensive Month to Fly

July

Best Time to Fly

March-May & September-November

Cheapest Day to fly

Wednesday

Most Expensive Day to fly

Monday

Cheapest Time of Day to fly

Evening

Most Expensive Time of Day to fly

Afternoon

Time Zone

Irish Standard Time (GMT +1)

Must-see Attractions in Ireland

Ireland is a picturesque country in Europe with plenty of popular things to see and do. You are going to have your hands full with myriad activities and entertainment options.

Dublin, the capital city of the Republic of Ireland, is generally the first stop for most tourists visiting this magnificent country for their holidays. Plan a visit to the Irish Whiskey Museum or Guinness Storehouse for sampling some of the most popular beverages in the region. Also, look forward to spending some time relaxing at the beautiful National Botanic Gardens in the city.

Visit Easkey in the West of Ireland, 27 miles from Sligo. It is among the premier surfing spots in the country. County Clare here abounds in many key surf spots such as Ballybunion, Killard, Doughmore, Spanish Point, Crab Island and Lahinch.

Get awesome views of the rocky Atlantic coastline from high above the water by taking a bus tour of the Ring of Kerry. You may also consider taking a trip to the Killarney National Park, one of Ireland’s popular parks renowned for its stunning mountain scenery and amazing waterfalls.

Explore Ireland’s countryside, which is dotted with castles. Some of the castles can be visited during daytime, while you can rent a room for the night at other castles in the country. The popular castles worth visiting in Ireland include Dublin Castle, Bunratty Castle and Ashford Castle.

Take part in Ireland’s biggest Irish and Celtic music festival ‘The World Fleadh’, which takes place every year at a different venue. This is also a great time to see the world's best Irish traditional, contemporary and celtic musicians closely.

Best Time to Visit Ireland

The best time for taking flights to Dublin Ireland is during the summer, which is also the peak season. The weather is warm with long, sunlit days (from 6 am until after 10 pm). This is a great time for sightseeing, great outdoors, and taking part in numerous festivals and events. Traveling during this time is expensive. It’s highly recommended that you should book at least 3 to 4 months in advance to get cheap flights to Ireland. Enjoying vacation in Ireland is also great during spring and fall when the weather is pleasant.

Popular Airlines flying to Ireland

Delta Airlines: Top routes served by Delta Airlines from Ireland include New York (JFK), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO)
United Airlines: Top routes served by United Airlines from Ireland include Newark (EWR), Chicago (ORD), San Francisco (SFO), Washington (IAD) and Houston (IAH)
American Airlines: Top routes served by American Airlines from Ireland include Dallas (DFW), Charlotte (CLT), Chicago (ORD), Los Angeles (LAX) and Philadelphia (PHL)
Aer Lingus: Top routes served by Aer Lingus from Ireland include Boston (BOS), New York (JFK), Chicago (ORD), Los Angeles (LAX) and Seattle (SEA)
British Airways: Top routes served by British Airways from Ireland include Newark (EWR), Philadelphia (PHL), Dallas (DFW), New York (JFK) and Chicago (ORD)

Finnair: Top routes served by Finnair from Ireland include Philadelphia (PHL), Charlotte (CLT), Dallas (DFW), Chicago (ORD) and Las Vegas (LAS)

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you are taking flights from the USA to Ireland, then you will most likely arrive at one of the three major international airports – Dublin Airport (DUB), Shannon Airport (SNN), or Cork Airport (ORK). Flights to the eastern counties mostly arrive at Dublin Airport, while flights to western and southern counties arrive at Shannon Airport and Cork Airport respectively. 

Nonstop flights from the USA to Ireland usually take 10 hour 41 minutes on average to cover a distance of 3981 miles. Flights to Ireland arrive at one of the five international airports, including Dublin and Shannon. Taking flights from New York to Ireland will require you to stay in the air from 6 hours to 30 minutes to 7 hours 30 minutes, depending on the airport you are flying from. However, flights to Ireland from Los Angeles or Houston will involve total travel time of 11 to 13 hours, with at least one connecting flight.

You can secure cheap flight tickets to Ireland almost all year round, except during major festivals and events. Your travel expenses can become less when you book cheap Ireland tickets during the shoulder or quieter months. If you don’t mind traveling in winter then this is the time when cheapest airfares to Ireland can be found as the prices are at the lowest. However, do remember that seasonal hotels, restaurants and attractions are usually closed from early or mid-November till mid-March or Easter.

Chicago-Dublin route is currently the most popular with an average flight time of 7 hours 15 minutes. The cheapest airline ticket found on this route is $374 on average.

Yes, nonstop flights to Ireland are available from several U.S. cities. Most nonstop flights depart from cities such as Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York situated along the U.S. East Coast. Among the airlines offering direct flights from these cities include Aer Lingus and Finnair.

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