Cheap Flights from Chicago to Dublin in 2019

Flight information Chicago to Dublin

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 3677 miles

7h 15min

Most popular airline last month

Aer Lingus


1 airport

Explore Dublin

Dublin Hotels

The Shelbourne Dublin


Generator Hostel Dublin


Morrison Hotel


Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge


US Routes: Chicago To Dublin

When you book a non-stop flight from Chicago to Dublin, you will be flying out of Chicago O'Hare Airport (ORD) and arriving at Dublin Airport (DUB). You can opt for non-direct flights from O'Hare, which will often be a bit less expensive than direct flights, depending on the airlines involved and time of your travel. For flights out of Chicago's Midway Airport, your journey will entail two connecting flights along the way and the cost may be higher considering the long travel times and number of flights needed to connect. Airlines offering a seven-hour, ten-minute, non-stop flight from Chicago O'Hare to Dublin include Finnair, American Airlines, Lufthansa, Iberia, United, Aer Lingus, and British Airways. Aer Lingus makes daily non-stop departures to Dublin from Chicago O'Hare.

Chicago O'Hare Airport Terminals

If taking a non-stop Chicago to Dublin flight from O'Hare (ORD), you can access your airline at Terminals 1, 3, or 5, depending upon the airline you've booked with. For your international Chicago to Dublin flight, most airlines suggest you get to the airport three hours before your scheduled departure. This will provide enough time to check in, check any baggage, and wait in line to be screened at Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints, where wait times can sometimes take as long as two hours.

Tips For International Travel To Dublin

Upon arrival at Dublin Airport, you can take a taxi, available outside Terminals 1 and 2, to get you to your Dublin hotel. You can also rent a car at either of these terminals from any of the seven different rental agencies available. Be sure to request an automatic transmission car if you don't know how to work a manual shift. You'll need your driver's license and keep in mind that driving in Dublin is done on the left-hand side of the road as opposed to America's right-hand side. Also keep this in mind when crossing the street in Dublin: look to your right, rather than your left when crossing traffic.

Coming from Chicago to Dublin, you will need to bring an appropriate adapter if you want to use any of your electrical devices, as the plug sockets in Ireland are very different from those in the US. The weather in Dublin can be fickle, so come prepared for either sunny or rainy weather. When eating out in Dublin, a simple pub meal can average about 12 EUR, while a more upscale dinner in a restaurant can cost upwards of 18 EUR. A suggested daily budget for your international trip to Dublin, if you're not residing at an expensive hotel, is to come prepared to spend anywhere from 40-100 EUR per day or more.

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