Search for cheap flights from Ireland to popular destinations throughout Europe and the United States. The busiest international airports in the country are Dublin and Belfast International Airports, though there are at least 10 other airports serving passengers throughout Ireland.
If you want to take a flight from Ireland but have no destination plans as yet, go to the Skyscanner everywhere search to see where you can fly to for the best prices. You may want to take a direct, cheap flight from Ireland to New York City. Flights from Dublin or Shannon Airports have non-stops to New York.
Dublin Airport is one of Ireland's busiest and most popular places to take a flight. It is located about 6 miles from Dublin's city center, near the M50 and M1 highways. The airport has two modern terminal buildings, with many restaurants and shopping opportunities. Take flights from Ireland Dublin Airport to destinations such as the United Kingdom, continental European cities, the US, North Africa, and the Middle East.
Passengers can travel to Dublin Airport by car, bus, train, or taxi. For those opting to drive to the airport, there are long-term car parks with access to Terminals 1 and 2. You can pre-book a parking spot online or drive up and park.
Some of the more popular destinations leaving from Dublin Airport include flights to London, Amsterdam, and Brussels. Airlines flying these routes are Ryanair, Aer Lingus, and British Airways. Other airlines that depart from Ireland's Dublin Airport are Norwegian Airlines, Flybe, Wow Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, Air France, and Delta.
Flights from Ireland at Dublin Airport leave either Terminal 1 or 2, with most Aer Lingus flights departing from T2 and Ryanair leaving from T1. There are a dozen retail shops after passing security at T1 and 13 spots to have a meal or snack. If your flight departs from T2, you'll find up to ten eateries after passing through security screening and 14 stores to choose from. There are also a few eateries and shops before going through security clearance at both terminals.
If you are flying out of Dublin Airport to the US there is a US Preclearance facility at Terminal 2 where you can undergo all US immigration, customs and agriculture inspections before your flight departs. After having undergone preclearance here, upon landing in America, your arrival will be treated as a domestic arrival. You can then simply pick up your baggage and continue on your journey without standing in immigration lines.
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