Flights from Dublin to London Luton
Flight information Dublin to London Luton
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Average flight time, total distance 432 kilometres
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Information is correct as of May 2016
Airlines that fly from Dublin to London Luton
Ryanair fly directly from Dublin International Airport to London Luton.
Terminal Information – Departing
All Ryanair flights depart from Terminal 1 at Dublin International Airport. This is where you will be dropped by the Aircoach, and any taxis, as the public transport hub is right outside the entrance.
Terminal 1 is the older and bigger terminal at Dublin Airport, which means there are plenty of things to eat and places to shop inside. The Loop, Ireland's favourite duty free shop, have an outlet here, as well as Pandora, Boots, WHSmith, House of Ireland and Jo Malone. If you get peckish, there are options before and after security, but if you wait until you are airside you can choose between Marqette, the Gate Clock Bar, Pure Gusto, Refuel and Burger King.
Free Wifi is available all over Dublin Airport, but if you fancy kicking back the lounge is the perfect place to do it. It costs €20 for 3 hours use, and in Terminal 1 that includes daily papers, snacks and beers!
If you happen to find yourself stuck in Dublin Airport, Topaz is a service staton that carries hot food, drinks, free Wifi, electric car recharge and flight information. There is also a 24 hour McDonalds in Terminal 1.
Terminal Information – Arriving
London Luton is an older airport, based 45km north east of the city. It's a big hub for Ryanair flights from Ireland, and to the rest of Europe. Wifi is capped at 30 minutes free access. There are car rental branches in the arrivals hall after you have made your way through baggage claim.
How to get to London from London Luton
Despite being far away from the city centre, it's relatively easy to reach London from London Luton. Easybus, National Express and Green Lane all have connections to the city centre that take just 50 minutes. You are able to book all of these buses in advance to reserve your spot, or risk it on the day.
There are also regular trains to and from London Luton Airport to London Blackfriars.
If you wish to drive, it's easy to rent a car from London Luton Airport. You could also jump in a cab, which costs between £45 and £50 from the airport to the city. This will take an hour, depending on the time of day and traffic. If your flight is arriving late, it's a good idea to prebook your taxi.
Arrive for your flight to London 2 hours before departure, especially if you have bag to check in. You will need your passport for this flight.
You'll need to use Pounds in the UK too.
There is no time difference between London and Dublin.
What to expect in London
It's 14% more expensive in London than it is in Dublin. Transport will be a big cost with a day ticket in London costing £11 on the Tube. You can also use this card on the London Buses. Black cabs are available, but they are costly compared to many ride sharing services in London.
You should also note that London is a much bigger city than Dublin – you can't walk around it in one day, so using public transport is often the best decision for your feet. You'll also find London and Dublin share very similar climates, with 4 seasons occasionally making an appearance in one day.
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