Flights from Leeds Bradford to Dublin
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Flight information Leeds Bradford to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 307 kilometres
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Flights from Leeds Bradford to Dublin
This information is correct as of June 2016
Airlines that fly from Leeds Bradford to Dublin
Currently Ryanair, Aer Lingus and British Airways offer flights from Leeds Bradford to Dublin
Terminal Information – Departing
Leeds Bradford Airport is 11 miles from the centre of Leeds and 7 miles from the city of Bradford, with excellent road and public transport links to both. The West Yorkshire Metro bus 757 operates between Leeds Bradford Airport and Leeds city centre rail and bus stations, taking just 30 minutes. Local buses 737 and 747 operate between Bradford city centre and the airport, taking 35 minutes. A single fare costs from £3.60* for a single fare and £6* for a return. Taxis and car hire are also available.
Inside Leeds Bradford Airport there are cash machines and currency exchange desks, free Wi-Fi internet access, numerous pubs, cafés and snack bars and a restaurant serving traditional Yorkshire dishes. There is a large duty free shopping area and places to buy books, travel essentials and gifts. There is also a children's play area, a mother and baby room, on-site massage services, car hire, car parking and one on-site budget hotel.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Dublin Airport is 5 miles from the city centre and is well served by local transport links. Buses 16, 41, 102 and the Airport Express take approximately 30 minutes to reach Dublin and cost from £6* for a single fare. Taxis and car hire are also available from the terminals.
Inside Dublin Airport there are cash machines, currency exchange desks, free Wi-Fi internet, baby changing rooms, a children’s play area, two on-site hotels, car hire, car parking, an airport lounge, conference facilities and a range of shopping and eating places including an Irish pub, cafes and snack bars and a seafood bar; a duty free shopping area and places to buy travel items, books, newspapers, fashions and gifts. There are also two hotels on located at the airport.
You need your passport with you when you’re flying out with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of Leeds Bradford Airport, so there is no need to panic if you forget to print your boarding pass. If you have a smartphone you can store your boarding card electronically on your phone. Security can scan the e-barcode so you don’t need to worry about paper at all.
We recommend leaving 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 extra time.
What to expect in Dublin
Hospitable Dublin is a city of literary prowess with art, food and stunning natural landscapes, making it ideal for family holidays, weekend breaks and romantic getaways. Evenings in Dublin can be spent in lively pubs thronging with musical locals almost every night of the week. With a young student population, Dublin has a non-stop party atmosphere. By day shoppers can choose from high street shops and covered Victorian arcades to local boutiques, outdoor markets and bookshops tucked away on cobbled streets. Book buffs will also enjoy a Literary Pub Tour that takes in the haunts of writers like Joyce, Beckett and Yeats. There is plenty of history to get stuck in to, from Dublin Castle to the Guinness Storehouse and Trinity College that’s home to the ancient Book of Kells. Dublin has a wonderful foodie scene and cafe culture with cosy places to enjoy a coffee as well as the finest and freshest of Ireland’s mouth-watering produce. The city’s lush green parks are havens of tranquillity away from the city hubbub, while further afield there are breath-taking beaches and coastal walks perfect for windswept walks all year round.
Dublin summers are warm and filled with beach walks and outdoor music festivals while spring and autumn are cooler and quieter times of year to visit. Winters may be cold and wet but if you want Christmas Markets, cosy fireside pubs, tourist free streets and budget accommodation, this is an ideal time to visit.
Being a capital city, Dublin is not for those on a tight budget but there are ways to save money for example by choosing accommodation out of the city centre and commuting in by bus. Entry to the Guinness Storehouse costs from £13.80*while a ticket for Dublin Castle is up to £16*. A pint will cost from £4* and a pub dinner from around £11*.
*Prices subject to change
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