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Flights Leeds Bradford to Dublin

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Last minute flights to Dublin

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Departure Sat, 23 11 2019 Return Mon, 25 11 2019
MAN Manchester
DUB Dublin
return from £23
Departure Sat, 28 12 2019 Return Tue, 31 12 2019
MAN Manchester
DUB Dublin
return from £45
Departure Tue, 17 12 2019 Return Wed, 18 12 2019
LPL Liverpool
DUB Dublin
return from £15
Departure Fri, 20 12 2019 Return Sun, 22 12 2019
LPL Liverpool
DUB Dublin
return from £25
Route information
Amble through Dublin and discover fine Georgian architecture, trendy shopping and a lively nightlife.
( Leeds Bradford airports
  • ? Manchester International (MAN)
    How far from city centre: 37 miles
  • ? Liverpool John Lennon (LPL)
    How far from city centre: 55 miles
  • ? Leeds Bradford (LBA)
    How far from city centre: 7 miles
  • ? Sheffield (DSA)
    How far from city centre: 38 miles
) Dublin airports
  • ? Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
L Distance: 187 miles

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Leeds Bradford

Leeds is a thriving city in the north of England, fizzing with a colourful nightlife, vibrant cultural scene and student population, diverse shopping and a rich sporting history. The airport that serves Leeds and other cities in the area, such as Bradford, York and Harrogate as well as renowned attractions, such as the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales is Leeds Bradford Airport. The airport is located in Yeadon, about five miles northwest of Leeds city centre. It is a hub for low-cost airlines and many operate flights from Leeds to Dublin. The airport has one terminal and a range of facilities to keep you entertained including duty free shopping, restaurants and bars.

Travel to Leeds Bradford airport

Flights to Dublin can be booked from Leeds Bradford Airport, and the airport can be accessed a number of ways. By car, follow the signs to the airport from the M1, M62 or A1 motorways. On-site there is a drop-off area, short stay, long stay and premium stay parking close to the terminal building. City link buses run throughout the day between the cities of Leeds, Bradford and Harrogate and the airport, picking up passengers at Leeds train station, Bradford train station and Harrogate bus and train station. Arrow Cars is the airport's official taxi company that can drop passengers off close to the terminal.

Arriving in Dublin

During a break in Dublin, you'll discover a city that has a rich historical past and a forward-thinking cosmopolitan outlook. Take a look at the city's past by visiting the magnificent Trinity College and College Green, which boasts some buildings dating back to the 16th century. You can also visit Dublin Castle, around 800 years old and see a slice of more recent history at the GPO (General Post Office) where the Easter Rising took place in 1916. Dublin also has an array of art galleries such as the The National Gallery of Ireland, as well as smaller independent ones around Temple Bar, also one of the city's main areas for nightlife.

Travelling to the city centre

Leeds Bradford to Dublin flights will arrive into one of the two terminals at Dublin Airport, six miles from the city centre, accessed by the M1 and M50 motorways. If travelling by public transport, the Airlink 747 bus service connects to the city via the Convention Centre, Connolly Rail Station, Trinity College and Temple Bar and the Airlink 757 bus service connects to the city via Cardiff Lane, Merrion Square and Camden. The Dublin Bus operates the number 16 service to Ballinteer, 41 to Lower Abbey Street and 102 to Sutton Station. Aircoach also runs services to the city centre and South Dublin and the Airport Hopper to Maynooth and Tallaght.

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