Flights to Ireland

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Summary info about Ireland flight prices, duration and airlines

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The best one-way flight price to Ireland from United Kingdom in the last 72 hours is £24 (Birmingham to Dublin).
The best round-trip flight price to Ireland from United Kingdom in the last 72 hours is £38 (Birmingham to Dublin).
The fastest flight to Ireland from United Kingdom takes 1h 00m (Manchester to Dublin).
There is 1 airline operating flights to Ireland, including Ryanair.

Ireland flights insights and trends

Explore insights for your Ireland flight to craft the best travel plan

What is the cheapest flight to Ireland?

The cheapest flights to Ireland recently found by momondo users are £14 with Ryanair UK, £18 with Ryanair, and £27 with Vueling.
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What are the most popular cities to visit in Ireland?

Some of the world’s most well-travelled cities are in Ireland. The most popular city to travel to in Ireland is Dublin, which momondo users choose as their landing destination 87% more often than other cities. The next most popular cities in Ireland are Cork and Shannon.

How long is the flight from United Kingdom to Ireland?

If you’re flying from a popular airport in United Kingdom, such as London Heathrow or Manchester, and flying into the most popular airport in Ireland (Dublin), then you can expect flight times to average 1h 20m and 1h, respectively.

Which airlines fly to Ireland?

Of the 10 airlines that fly to Ireland, Ryanair, Aer Lingus and British Airways happen to be the most favoured based on our user data. Ryanair is the most popular among the three airlines, with 68% of users choosing them for their travels to Ireland.

Popular cities and sights

Looking to visit Ireland? Check out these cities and spend time seeing some of the most popular sights in the country


Dublin Castle

Croke Park

St. Patrick's Cathedral


Olympia Theatre




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Cork City Gaol

St. Anne's Church

Lewis Glucksman Gallery

Cork Public Museum

Blackrock Castle



Knock Shrine

Urlaur Abbey

Knock Folk Museum



Donegal Castle

O'Donnel's Castle

Ardnamona Gardens



South Park

Lynch's Castle

Galway City Museum

Galway Cathedral

Spanish Arch



Waterford Treasures Museum

Waterford Crystal Factory

Chorister's Hall

Garter Lane Arts Centre

St. Patrick's Church



Lissadell House

Creevykeel Court Tomb

Rosses Point Beach

Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery

Famine Memorial

Cheapest flights to cities in Ireland

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Useful information for your flight to Ireland

Get up-to-date answers for some of the most frequently asked questions regarding flying to Ireland

What popular landmarks are in Ireland?

What is the best airport to land at to visit Croke Park?

When visiting Croke Park in Dublin, the closest airport is Dublin Airport.

What is the most popular airport in Ireland to fly to?

How much are flights to Ireland?

The cheapest flight to Ireland recently found on momondo was £9. If you’re unable to find a flight deal this cheap, keep in mind that anything less than £239 is considered a good price for flights to Ireland. £281 is the average cost to fly to Ireland, while £2,046 is the most expensive.

What is the best day of the week to fly to Ireland?

The best day to take a flight to Ireland is on Saturday, followed by Thursday. Saturday and Thursday tend to have the lowest flight prices to Ireland. If your travel dates are flexible, then try to avoid booking on a Sunday, which is known for being the most expensive day of the week to fly to Ireland.

Where is it cheapest to fly into Ireland?

When travelling to Ireland, Cork airport in Cork offers the cheapest overall flights with an average airfare of £9, while the second most affordable option is Dublin airport with an average airfare of £14 for Dublin.

When did momondo last update prices for flights to Ireland?

Prices for flights to Ireland are updated daily.

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How old do you have to be to fly to Ireland?

The minimum age a child must be to fly alone is five but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service will have their own age restrictions, including rules around flight length, timings, and stopovers. We always recommend checking with the individual airline you are booking with to travel to Ireland.

What documentation or ID do you need to fly to Ireland?

The travel and health documents you'll need for your trip to Ireland may differ based on your itinerary and personal situation. Typically, you should have several documents on hand, such as a national ID card or driver's license and a passport that is valid for six months after your intended arrival at Ireland. It is always advisable to seek advice from your airline or a trusted third party, such as IATA.

Recent flights found to popular cities in Ireland

Find flights to these popular cities in Ireland from your nearest airport.

Cheapest flight routes to Ireland

These routes have the cheapest flights to Ireland found by momondo users in United Kingdom
DepartingDestinationBest TimeBest Price
BirminghamDublin1h 00m£30
BristolDublin1h 05m£30
EdinburghDublin1h 00m£30
LeedsDublin1h 00m£30
LondonShannon1h 30m£30
LiverpoolDublin0h 55m£30
LondonDublin1h 15m£30
LondonKnock1h 25m£30
ManchesterDublin1h 00m£30
Newcastle upon TyneDublin1h 05m£30
LondonCork1h 25m£30
LondonMilltown (Kerry)1h 25m£31
NottinghamDublin1h 05m£32
GlasgowDublin1h 00m£33
LiverpoolKnock1h 05m£34
EdinburghCork1h 20m£35

Best things to do and see in Ireland

What popular events take place in Ireland?

With Ireland flights, you can visit the Emerald Isle any time of year for fun, festivities, and cheerful, friendly folk. The most famous Irish festival, which has spread throughout the world, is St Patrick's Day on 17 March. Green becomes the colour of choice for faces, costumes, food and drink, and even parades, with the entire country joining in the festivities. If visiting Cork, enjoy The Guinness Cork Jazz Festival in October, which draws top jazz names from around the world to perform at over 90 venues. It is a flagship event for the area and genre and a world-class affair. Food lovers can enjoy the Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival. Running since the Fifties, it celebrates the world-famous oysters of Galway Bay with huge events every September. Kilkenny Arts Festival celebrates dance, literature, music, and theatre in the Medieval venues across Kilkenny city, making for an unforgettable event in August. A slightly less conventional event held annually is the Puck Festival, based on a 400-year-old tradition. A goat is crowned king in Killorglin for three days, and the locals subsequently act like goats. There is a coronation ceremony, parade, concerts, traditional music, dancers, fireworks, and more to enjoy during this medieval throwback.

Is Ireland known for specific food/cuisine?

Enduring war, poverty and cold weather over centuries has influenced traditional Irish cuisine by applying resourcefulness to come up with delicious, hearty meals that are still enjoyed by the locals today. All Irish families know a recipe for soda bread, handmade in many homes. Named after the bicarbonate of soda ingredient, there are many variations of this staple usually enjoyed with butter and alongside soups or stews. The Irish have mastered the art of one-pot cooking. Irish stews are world-famous and usually made with mutton, barley, and potatoes simmering for hours in a pot. Colcannon, a mix of mashed potato with cabbage and butter, is a popular side dish, as is boiled bacon and cabbage. Served with boiled potatoes, this is usually heavily salted and served with parsley sauce. The Irish also enjoy black pudding, a mix of blood, bread, fat, and oatmeal in a highly seasoned kind of sausage. Irish whiskey is one of the most exported spirits and often enjoyed by locals, whilst Guinness is the country's widest-selling alcoholic beverage overall.

What can you see and do in Ireland?

Medieval buildings, cultural history and fantastic socialising await anyone booking cheap flights to Ireland. In Dublin, enjoy Grafton Street with its many buskers, street performers, shops, and cafes. The pubs all around you will offer a great respite as you enjoy the sounds of folk music in the air. Occupying a particularly interesting time in history is the Kilmainham Gaol prison, a vast institution that stands as a symbol of the tough times the nation has been through. Hire a car to enjoy scenic drives around the Ring of Kerry. It offers a magical look at the Iveragh Peninsula from up high. Glendalough is a monastic site established during the 6th century. Tourists enjoy the valley with its two lakes for the scenery, wildlife, and fascinating archaeological finds. Another highly frequented heritage site is the Rock of Cashel. Based in the Golden Vale on a high rock formation, it is a group of Medieval buildings, including the Romanesque Chapel, the High Cross, a 15th-century castle, and a 13th-century Gothic cathedral, all together in one magical area. Also, make sure to visit the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, the most popular tourist attraction in all of Ireland, bringing in staggering numbers of tourists every year.

What passport or visa requirements are there when visiting Ireland?

You will not need a visa to visit Ireland, but your passport will need to be valid for entry into the country.

Useful information for finding Ireland flight deals

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    You can take advantage of momondo’s Price Alerts by first searching for your flights to Ireland. Flight offers will be shown to you in real-time. From there you can create a Price Alert by using our on-site widget.

  • How can I save money on flights to Ireland with momondo?

    By using tools like our “Price Calendar”, you can see the best day to fly round-trip for your travels. Our “Price Forecast” tool uses AI to predict whether you should purchase or hold off on booking for potentially cheaper prices. Explore shows you all flight options from a city or airport to build your own unique adventure. The Discover blog also provides valuable insights for saving money while booking your experience. After searching you can toggle on “Price Alerts” to track prices for your desired flight and book at the ideal moment.

  • How does momondo find its flight prices?

    We compare prices from 700+ competitors to help you find the price that works best for you. momondo operates in over 30 international markets, bringing you access to a wide range of fares and deals. Search for your travel using momondo for a diverse range of options from airlines and OTAs.

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Why should I use momondo to find a flight deal to Ireland?

It is quick and easy to find flights to Ireland on momondo. We search and return numerous flight options from various airlines and agents. You can then use our filters to narrow your search until you have found the most convenient flight to Ireland that suits you.

Can I find flights to Ireland with flexible booking policies on momondo?

Yes. All flights to Ireland on momondo can be compared and filtered by various policies on offer, including flexible booking.

How can momondo help me find flights to Ireland?

Once all potential Ireland flight options are in front of you momondo lets you sort and filter flights based on preferences such as airline, price and flight times, amongst many other options.

I’m not ready to book a flight to Ireland right now. Can momondo alert me if prices change?

Yes. momondo can track flight prices for Ireland and alert you when they change. Perform a search to set up the price alert. All that is required is a valid email address.

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