Flights from London City to Dublin

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Flight information London City to Dublin

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Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 477 kilometres

1h 20min

Most popular airline last month

British Airways


1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Dublin: Dublin.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from London City to Dublin is €83. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 20min is the average flight time from London City to Dublin.
There are 3 airlines who fly direct from London City to Dublin.
As of October, there are 80 flights per week flying from London City to Dublin.

This information is correct as of February 2016

Airlines that fly from London City to Dublin

Currently City Jet, Air France, Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, Swiss and British Airways offer flights from London Cityto Dublin

Terminal Information – Departing

London CityAirport is London just 6 miles outside the City of London. The Docklands Light rail services run from London City Airport DLR station next to the terminal building. Trains run every 8 to 15 minutes and take 22 minutes to reach Bank station. The cost of a single fare is £4.80*. Local bus 473 links London City Airport to Stratford and North Woolwich while buses 300 and 474 serve Canning Town. A single bus ride costs £1.50* and must be paid with contactless debit card, a travelcard or by Oyster. Shuttle buses, taxis and car hire are also available.

Inside London City Airport there are cash machines, currency exchange desks, free Wi-Fi, sandwich bars, cafes, pubs and restaurants and a range of shops where you can buy books, newspapers and duty free items.

Terminal Information – Arriving

DublinAirport can be reached from Dublin city centre by car, taxi and public transport and is just 5 miles from the city centre. Local buses take just 30 minutes to reach the airport. The 41, 16, 102 and the Airlink 747 all go from the centre of Dublin to the airport. Tickets cost from £6* for a single journey. A taxi would take between 25 and 45 minutes and cost from £25*.

Inside Dublin Airport there are a range of eating places in which to buy meals and snacks including an Irish pub, a seafood bar and a selection of fast food places. For shopping there is a newsagent, chemist, gift shop and a duty free area. Free Wi-Fi is available, there are baby changing facilities, children’s play area, lounge, business facilities, cash machines, two hotels and car hire and car parking.

Practical Information

You do not need your passport with you when you’re flying within the UK but some form of identification is required. There are printers in the check-in area of London CityAirport, 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

Dublin oozes charm, tradition and literary prowess. Trace the steps of writers like Joyce, Yeats, Shaw and Beckett through the city’s winding cobbled streets and into their favourite rowdy pubs in Temple Bar. Visit the revered Book of Kells in majestic Trinity College, 13th century Dublin Castle and the Little Museum. Dublin’s rich history is everywhere to see. However, with a lively and young university population, Dublin is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city too with outdoor food markets lining the beautiful Georgian and medieval architecture-strewn streets; hip bars, bohemian cafes and cool clubs throng until late and restaurants serve up creative cuisine. Stroll through leafy green parks for a relaxing afternoon or pay a visit to the world famous Guinness Storehouse for an afternoon tipple. While Dublin is a great year round destination, the summers are the nicest time to visit in terms of weather and the number of festivals taking place, including film, music and food. Spring and autumn can still have some good weather, just milder. There will be fewer tourists at this time of year. Winters are cold, dark and wet but definitely the best time of year for romantic windswept beach walks followed by nights in cosy pubs by the fireside. Being the capital city, Dublin is not very cheap although there are opportunities to save money by staying in B&Bs 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 for from around £11*. Obviously prices will vary depending on how close to main tourist hot spots you are.

*Prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.