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Flight tickets from Manchester to Dublin

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Departure Wed, 20 Jan Return Sat, 30 Jan
MAN Manchester
DUB Dublin
return from £18
Departure Mon, 08 Feb Return Mon, 15 Feb
MAN Manchester
DUB Dublin
return from £30
Route information
A Dublin city break is a walk through history, a weekend of culture or a rollicking night out in a jovial pub.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 1.11 EUR
British Pound Sterling Euro
1 EUR = 0.91 GBP
Last checked on 15 January 2021
Local, one-way ticket

A train in Dublin costs roughly the same as in Manchester.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Dublin costs roughly the same as in Manchester.

Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 60% more expensive in Dublin than in Manchester.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 9% more expensive in Dublin than in Manchester.

Manchester airports
  • ( Manchester International (MAN)
    How far from city centre: 9 miles
  • ( Birmingham Intl (BHX)
    How far from city centre: 74 miles
  • ( Liverpool John Lennon (LPL)
    How far from city centre: 27 miles
Dublin airports
  • ( Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
K Distance: 166 miles

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Manchester

Manchester is a buzzing city, known for its vibrant nightlife, eclectic shopping and stimulating culture. Manchester Airport is one of the main airports serving the north of England, handling around 19 million passengers annually flying to around 200 destinations worldwide. Formerly known as Ringway Airport, it dates back to 1938 and was an RAF base during the Second World War. The airport previously also operated regular Concorde flights. Cheap flights to Dublin from Manchester airport can leave from one of its three terminals, connected by a Skylink walkway. The airport has a good range of facilities with shopping, restaurants and bars and was awarded Best UK Airport by the Travel Weekly Globe Awards in 2012.

Travel to Manchester airport

If you are taking a flight from Manchester to Dublin you will leave from Manchester Airport. The airport is about nine miles outside Manchester city centre off the M56 motorway, which is connected to the M6 and M60, making it conveniently placed for many towns and cities in the north of England. Frequent trains run between Manchester city centre and the airport on the Transpennine Express and Northern Rail services (about 20 minutes). There is also a choice of buses that connect with the airport, such as the 200, 18, 43 and 105. There is also a metrolink tram that runs between Cornbrook and the airport (regular trams from the city centre link with Cornbrook).

Arriving in Dublin

The city of Dublin conjures up images of culture, historical architecture, Irish stew and convivial pubs, making it an exciting place for families, couples and culture seekers alike. You can start by learning about Irish history at the Kilmainham Gaol museum, a former prison that dates back to 1796. For more history head to Trinity College, which includes the likes of Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett in its alumni, or admire St. Patrick's Cathedral before cooling off with a pint of Guinness in the lively Temple Bar area. If you would like to learn more about Guinness, book a tour at the Guinness Storehouse, which includes a pint at the Gravity Bar overlooking the city for spectacular views.

Travelling to the city centre

Dublin flights from Manchester can arrive into one of two terminals at Dublin Airport, about six miles outside the city centre. The airport can be accessed by the M1 and M50 motorways. To get from the airport to the city centre, take the Airlink 747 bus, which connects to the city via the Convention Centre, Connolly Rail Station, Trinity College and Temple Bar or the Airlink 757 bus, which runs via Cardiff Lane, Merrion Square and Camden. There are also services from the Dublin Bus company such as the number 16 service to Ballinteer, 41 to Lower Abbey Street or the 102 to Sutton Station. Alternatively, Aircoach runs to the city centre and South Dublin.

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