Flights from Dublin to Birmingham
Flight information Dublin to Birmingham
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Average flight time, total distance 321 kilometres
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Flights from Dublin to Birmingham
This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Birmingham
Currently Aer Lingus, Ryainair, British Airway, KLM and Air France offer flights from Dublin to Birmingham.
Terminal Information – Departing
Dublin Airport easy to reach by car and public transport with local buses providing regular services from the airport to the city centre in around 15 to 20 minutes. There is also car hire and a taxi service available.
Inside the two terminals of Dublin Airport there are a range of shops and restaurants to choose from. Shoppers can indulge themselves in the duty free department where great value alcohol, perfumes, tobacco and chocolate can be picked up. Customers can purchase stationery, souvenirs, food, fashions and toiletries before heading to one of the airport’s cafes, Irish pubs, sandwich shops coffee shops or bars for some food and relaxation.
Dublin Airport offers passengers some essentials too like unlimited free Wi-Fi, airport lounges, baby changing facilities, currency exchange and car hire.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Birmingham Airport is just 5 miles from the city centre of Birmingham. It is directly connected to over 100 towns and cities via Birmingham International Station which can be reached free of charge on the Air-Rail Link monorail system from the airport. It takes just two minutes to reach the station. Alternatively there are local buses and coaches that connect the airport to various parts of the city and surrounding local area. Car hire and taxis are also available.
Inside Birmingham Airport there are many shops to enjoy from Accessorise and Boots to Dixons, sports shops, M&S, and other fashion stores as well as duty free and stationery shops. Peckish passengers can while away some time in the airport’s fast food joints, cafes, delis, bars and sandwich shops. There are airport lounges, an interactive children’s area, baby changing facilities, prayer rooms and currency exchange.
You don’t need to bring your passport with you when you’re flying within the UK. Some form of official photographic ID is required, so bring your driving license instead.
There are printers in the check-in area of Birmingham Airport, so there’s no need to panic if you forget to print your boarding pass. If you have a smartphone you can save your boarding card and store it electronically on your phone. Security can then scan the e-barcode, and you don’t need to worry about paper at all.
We recommend giving yourself plenty of time at the airport, so try not to arrive any later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Queues at security are longer at weekends and during school holidays, so it’s worth giving yourself some extra time.
What to expect in Birmingham
Birmingham is a lively, gritty and historic city that has an enviable nightlife and fantastic shopping. As UK cities go it is not very expensive and certainly much cheaper than London, despite being so close. Accommodation in Birmingham includes B&Bs, backpacker hostels, budget hotels and five star options while the choice of eating out is vast and varied in price. You can stick to fast food or supermarkets, eat great value for money curry or splash out on fine dining.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.