Cheap Flights From NYC JFK to Dublin
Flight information New York John F. Kennedy to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 3174 miles
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Booking Your Flight
Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, Delta, Iberia, JetBlue, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, and WOW air all fly this route regularly. There are almost exclusively direct flights along this route, with a few exceptions. In general, nonstop flights aren’t any more expensive than those with layovers, so be sure to keep an eye out while you’re looking for a booking with our help here at Skyscanner.
Booking a flight on this route tends to get a lot more expensive in the summer months, so book accordingly.
Once you’ve booked your flight and arrived at JFK, you’ll probably be making your way to Terminal 1, 7, or 8. JFK is lauded as one of the best passenger experiences in the US, and every terminal will have dozens of food and shopping venues, though you probably won’t be able to find a shower room.
Because this route is an international flight, you should arrive 2-3 hours before liftoff to be safe and make sure that your passport is still valid.
If you don’t feel like eating on shopping, nearly all of JFK’s tables and counters have iPads which are free to use. Using the iPads, you’ll be able to order food to your seat from any restaurant, check flight information, and browse the internet.
Arriving in Dublin
In Dublin, you’ll fly into Terminal 1. To get to Dublin itself from the airport, you’ll need to hop onto one of the many buses in the transportation hub. If you get onto the Airlink Express 747 route, you’ll find yourself down town in less than half an hour. There are also taxis to hire if you’d rather not ride the bus; expect to spend at least $30 to get from the airport to downtown.
Dublin is characteristically rainy for most of the year, so be sure to pack an umbrella and perhaps a rain coat as well. Aside from the rain, temperatures tend to be moderate, but the city does experience all four seasons. Be sure to set your clock ahead by 5 hours to adjust to the local time.
Dublin isn’t as expensive as other European cities. You should expect to pay at least $20 per person for dinner, and $12 for lunch. Beer, while plentiful, is also a bit more expensive than you may be used to at roughly $7 per pint.
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