The Republic of Ireland's capital, Dublin, is the largest city on the Emerald Isle and has a thriving historical, cultural and industrial scene. Dublin's busy international airport now has two terminals. Terminal 1 mainly looks after short haul flights, including London to Dublin flights and vice versa, while Terminal 2 is much bigger and mostly deals with long-haul, including those US bound. The terminals are linked by a footbridge. There are numerous transport links that run from Dublin city centre to Dublin Airport, as well as a network of buses and coaches that serve the towns and cities across Ireland.
Dublin to London flights arrive at Dublin Airport, and the airport is conveniently located 6 miles from the city centre. Depending on the location from which you are departing, there are a number of transport options available including local bus services that run from the city centre, South Dublin and Kildare, as well as national coach services that travel from places further afield, such as Cork and Belfast.
Although there is no direct train service, bus routes also connect with nearby train stations, Connolly Station and Heuston Station. Drivers can access the airport via the M1 and M50 motorways. Alternatively, taxis offer a convenient way to arrive at the airport quickly.