Flights from Dublin to Alicante
Flight information Dublin to Alicante
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Average flight time, total distance 1741 kilometres
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This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Alicante
There is 1 flight a day to Alicante from Dublin Airport, with 2 airlines.
Aer Lingus operate flights on Tuesday and Saturdays, whereas Ryanair operate flights on Monday, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
It’s easy to reach Dublin Airport via a bus or taxi from the city centre. Ryanair operate out of Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport, whereas Aer Lingus operate out of Terminal 2.
You can find the desks for Terminal 2 on the ground floor, whereas Terminal 1 is on the first floor.
It’s fairly easy to get around Dublin Airport – there are no long walkways between terminals, and it’s well sign posted in case you need to switch.
Many of the US flights depart from Terminal 2, and for this reason there can be long queues, especially during summer.
There is free Wifi throughout the airport as well as power points. There are plenty of places to grab a bite to eat pre flight, and there are Duty Free shops to take advantage of too. There are also the usual suspects – Costa, WHSmith and a Bureau de Change.
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Alicante Airport is well equipped to deal with arrivals as this is such a popular holiday destination. There aren’t many shops, which makes it an efficient process when getting out of the airport – usually you’ll be outside within 20 minutes of landing!
There are bus services to Alicante, Benidorm and Murcia, which is slightly more affordable than the taxi. It will cost €20 to get into the city of Alicante via taxi, which will take 30 minutes.
Free Wifi is available at Alicante airport for 30 minutes, as well as mobile charging points. There are also vending machines and ATMs located around the airport for your convenience, however there aren’t a huge variety of cafes once you arrive into the airport.
You will not need to exchange currency, as Spain also uses the Euro. You will need to take your passport, but you will not need a visa.
It’s recommended you arrive at least 2 hours before an international flight, and you will need to separate your liquids under 100ml into a clear plastic bag before security too.
What to expect in Alicante
Alicante is in Spain, and the main language spoken is Spanish, however most locals and tour operators speak fluent English. Alicante is much cheaper than Dublin, with a beer costing around €2, and a coffee costing even less.
Alicante is on the Costa Blanca, which can get very popular between May and September, especially during summer. Want to know more? Here’s the Skyscanner travel guide to Alicante.
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