Flights from Dublin to Innsbruck
Flight information Dublin to Innsbruck
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Average flight time, total distance 1421 kilometres
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Flights from Dublin to Innsbruck
Information is correct as of February 2016
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Innsbruck
There are no direct flights from Dublin to Innsbruck, however Lufthansa, Aer Lingus, British Airways and Austrian all offer codeshares from Dublin Airport.
Terminal Information - Departing
If you're flying with any of the popular European airlines, such as Austrian, British Airways, or Lufthansa, you will be flying from Terminal 1. However, most American airlines and Aer Lingus run out of Terminal 2. It's easy to walk between the terminals, and there are drop off points outside of each.
Terminal 1 is the larger and older terminal of the 2. Terminal 1 offers brilliant duty free, plenty of shopping outlets and many different places to eat too. Similarly, there are plenty of places to shop and eat in Terminal 2. There is free Wifi in all of Dublin Airport, as well as places to charge your devices. Terminal 1 has a 24 hour McDonalds, but most other eating establishments open and close in accordance with the first and last flights of the day.
As the terminals are still fairly modern, you can find all amenities you might need: changing rooms, prayer rooms, and ATMs. You can even hire prams here.
If you know you'll be waiting a long time, you could pay €20 for 3 hours inside the lounges at Dublin Airport in either Terminal 1 or 2. Here, you can relax in comfort, enjoy refreshments and read the latest papers.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Innsbruck Airport is small, clean and modern. Generally the staff on the ground handle crowds well, but it can become crowded during skiing season. Typically, you'll be out of the airport at least 20 minutes after landing (if it's not in peak season)!
There's also food and coffee available to buy on exit, as well as an ATM. Innsbruck Airport offers unlimited free Wifi throughout the airport too.
Getting to Innsbruck
The city is only 4km from the airport. It's easy to use the bus or train to get into the city of Innsbruck. The F Bus takes 20 minutes to get into the city, and leaves outside the main building of the airport. The bus departs every 20 minutes, and starts at 5am, finishing at 11pm. It will cost between €2.30 and €3, depending where you alight the bus.
If you'd like to get a taxi, it will only cost €10 – €15 to get to Innsbruck. You can get these outside of the airport.
Getting to the slopes
Renting a car is one of the easiest ways of getting around if you're here to explore the mountains. There are plenty of options available at Innsbruck Airport.
You also have the option of getting a taxi outside of the airport, but if you're traveling a long distance (to Italy or Germany), it's worth booking these in advance. There are a number of services inside the airport to the different ski resorts.
Arrive at Dublin Airport 2 hours prior to your flight, as it's an international journey.
Make sure all of your hand luggage complies with the security regulations on liquids and electrics. All electrics need to have enough battery to be turned on at security, and liquids should be stowed inside 100ml containers inside a small, resealable bag.
What to expect in Innsbruck
Innsbruck is a gem of a city in between the mountains of Tyrol. It's location in the Inn River Valley means that you can enjoy the sights of the city, as well as the outdoor attractions before you head off to the Alps. Check out the Aldstadt and the Hofkirche, the imperial Austrian architecture is something to be marveled at.
Whilst Innsbruck is marginally cheaper than Dublin, it's still an expensive city. Food is much cheaper, but taxis tend to be more expensive. Public transport is the cheapest way to get around Innsbruck.
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