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Cheap Flights from Paris to Dublin

Flight information Paris to Dublin

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$45

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

72

Average flight time, total distance 478 miles

1h 35min

Most popular airline last month

Aer Lingus

Dublin

1 airport

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best price for a return flight from Paris to Dublin?

The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Paris to Dublin is $45. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month

How many airlines fly direct from Paris to Dublin?

There are 10 airlines who fly direct from Paris to Dublin.

How many flights are there a week from Paris to Dublin?

There are 72 flights per week from Paris to Dublin, as of March 2019.

How long does it take to fly from Paris to Dublin?

1h 35min is average flight time from Paris to Dublin.

Which airline is the most popular from Paris to Dublin in March 2019?

Aer Lingus is most popular airline from Paris to Dublin in March 2019.

How many airports are there in Dublin?

There is 1 airport in Dublin.

Information about Dublin

When flying from Paris to Dublin, you are leaving a city with a densely packed population of more than two million for one that is only half a million people. Paris is a growing city, while Dublin has not seen growth recently. In short, you will be going to a quieter, more relaxed experience in Dublin. Learn some travel tips to make your trip smooth.

Route Options and Flight Information

Ryanair from Beauvais Airport flies to Dublin. Out of Charles de Gaulle Airport, you can take Aer Lingus, Air France (as of October 2017), and ASL Airlines France. Orly has flights to Dublin on Transavia France Airlines. You can use the Skyscanner flight search tool to find the best deals. If you select “any” as your departure airport, you will see all of the deals available at the three airports.

Departure Airports

You can fly from Orly, Charles de Gaulle, and Beauvais Airport.

Beauvais is a small airport northwest of Paris that offers budget airlines such as Ruanair, Blue Air, and Wizzair. It has two terminals and handles medium-sized aircraft. The airport has one restaurant and the three airlines are its only clients. There are no airport lounges.

Charles de Gaulle Airport has shopping and restaurants.

In Terminal 1, you may eat at EAlpha Bravo, La Malle a Cade, Phileas and Cafe Ritazza. Shopping includes Virgin, La Cure Gournamde, L'Occitane, and Swatch.

Note that Terminal 2 is divided between Terminal 2a, Terminal 2B and Terminals C, D, E, F and G. There is dining and shopping in each of these terminals,

Terminal 2A

You can shop at Hour Passion, Beauty Unlimited, and Attitude. Dining choices include McDonald’s, Cafe Select, and Les Marches de Paris.

Terminal 2B

Food establishments include Pizza Hut, Salmon House and France Cafe Express. Attitude, Virgin, Petty Casino. and Beauty Unlimited offer shopping opportunities.

Terminal 2C

Dine at Caffe Ritazza, Brioche Doree, and Clement. You can shop at Hour Passion and Swarovski.

Terminal 2D

Some of the dining options are France Cafe, Hippopotamus, and Bill Bentley Pub. stores like Viring and L’Occitane.

Terminal 2E

You can eat at Illy Caffe, Comptior, and Quotidien and shop at Cartier, Hermes and Ferragamo.

Terminal 2F

For food, try Columbus Cafe, Les Quais de Seine, and Paul. Stores include Quartz, Cosmopole, and Longchamps.

Terminal 2G

Here you will find Illy Cafe, Attitude and Paul. Orly is a sprawling international airport. The only passenger terminals are West Terminal and South Terminal. It has rail connections, as well as hotel shuttles, and taxi and limousine service. The airport has an art collection on display, as well as restaurants and bars, duty-free shops, banking facilities, post offices, and facilities for people with special needs.

Dublin Airport

You will go through customs when you arrive at Dublin Airport. On your return trip, you can go through U.S. pre-clearance so you don’t have to go through customs upon your return to America.

Shopping in Terminal 1 includes WH Smith, The Loop, Boots, Dixons Travel, House of Ireland, and Hour Passion, a watch shop. Restaurants in Terminal 1 include Alcock and Brown, AMT Coffee, McDonald’s, The Angel’s Share, Upper Crust, and Wrights of Howth.

Terminal 2 shopping includes Spar, and WH Smith. Restaurants in Terminal 2 are Diep, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Oak Café Bar, O’Brien’s, and Wrights of Howth. Dublin Airport caters to an international customer, and it offers executive lounges in Terminals 1 and 2, as well as a private 24-hour terminal with Platinum service.

Security

United States travelers do not need a visa to enter Ireland. You will need a passport and ID.

Climate in Dublin

Temperatures range from 46 degrees in January and February to 65 degrees in August. Rainfall is not heavy, though August is the rainiest month.

Dublin Prices

A taxi from the airport to the center of Dublin can cost $23 to $35 in U.S. dollars. An air coach bus from the airport to the city will cost you $10.59. However, a tram or bus ride around town will only cost you $1.76. An all-day pass for the tram or bus costs $8.12. A breakfast runs $4.00 to $8.00, and you can get a budget lunch for $6.00 to $12.00. A budget dinner can cost $10.00 to $18.00. A pint of Guinness costs $5.00 to $7.00.

Travel Advisory

In March of 2017, an attacker pulled a gun in Orly airport and threatened to kill travelers before he was shot and killed. Paris has been the target of several terrorist attacks.

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