Flights from Dublin to Glasgow
Flight information Dublin to Glasgow
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Average flight time, total distance 274 kilometres
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Glasgow International and Glasgow Prestwick
This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Glasgow
There are several flights a day departing from Dublin to Glasgow, with both Ryanair and Aer Lingus.
Terminal Information - Departing
Ryanair departs from Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport, whereas Aer Lingus flights depart from Terminal 2.
Check in desks for Terminal 1 are located on the first floor of the airport, whereas Terminal 2 check in is located on the ground floor.
Both terminals are equipped with several places to eat, and a Duty Free shopping area. There’s also free Wifi and plug points to top up on the go.
Queues can get pretty long in both terminals around the summer holidays, as international flights also depart from these terminals. Make sure to make extra time for this around this period.
If you’re looking to relax in style, Aer Lingus’ Gold lounge is in Terminal 2, where you can relax with a secluded seating area, complimentary snacks and drinks.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Glasgow’s arrivals process is fairly straightforward – you can expect to be outside of the airport from the plane in at least 10 minutes. You can easily slip through baggage reclaim then move on to get either a bus or taxi into the city centre.
There is free Wifi at Glasgow, but only the first 30 minutes are free. After that, you can upgrade. If you need to charge your devices, ask at the desks.
You will need your passport to travel to Scotland, which is in the UK. However, you will not need a visa as the UK is in the EU.
You should arrive at least 60 minutes before your flight from Dublin Airport.
There’s a shuttle bus to the city centre as well as plenty of car rental offices at Glasgow Airport. The Shuttle Bus departs every 10 minutes and has free Wifi, costing €10 per person (but you will need to pay for this in Pounds). If you need to stock up on any foodstuffs, there’s a 24-hour Tesco convenience store at Glasgow Airport.
What to expect in Glasgow
Costs of Glasgow and Dublin almost break even – with Dublin coming out as slightly more expensive. Glasgow is slightly smaller than Dublin, and it’s amazing for a weekend away.
Glasgow has previously been named as Europe’s Capital of Culture thanks to it’s growing arts scene and amazing architecture. Luckily, it’s affordable to stay here and get around too – taxis are slightly cheaper than in Dublin, as is public transport.
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