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Flights Newcastle to Dublin

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Departure Fri, 29 Jan Return Sat, 30 Jan
NCL Newcastle
DUB Dublin
return from £98
Departure Fri, 12 Feb Return Sun, 21 Feb
NCL Newcastle
DUB Dublin
return from £55
Route information
Discover the most useful information about Newcastle and Dublin to organise your travel.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 1.12 EUR
British Pound Sterling Euro
1 EUR = 0.9 GBP
Last checked on 18 January 2021
Local, one-way ticket

Trains are 1% more expensive in Dublin than in Newcastle.

Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 11% more expensive in Dublin than in Newcastle.

Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 48% more expensive in Dublin than in Newcastle.

Regular cappuccino

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

Newcastle airports
  • ( Newcastle International (NCL)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
Dublin airports
  • ( Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
K Distance: 219 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Newcastle to Dublin

How long is the Newcastle flight to Dublin?

Book cheap flights to Dublin from Newcastle and make the most of your time away. Each of the direct flights available has a flight duration of just over an hour, enabling you to start your holidays promptly.

Which are the most common stopovers?

The quickest option is to fly non-stop, as there are only 335 miles between the cities, but some airlines offer indirect flights with stopovers in destinations like Amsterdam and Paris.

What documentation do I need to fly from Newcastle to Dublin?

It depends upon the airline you choose, but UK and Irish citizens won't legally need to carry a passport when flying directly.

How early should I arrive at the airport?

Guidelines vary from airline to airline, but you should usually check in at least two hours before your flight.

Which airlines fly from Newcastle to Dublin?

There are a few airline names that take you from Newcastle to Dublin and back. Aer Lingus and Ryanair fly there directly. Stobart Air provides services on this flight path on behalf of British Airways. Klm Royal Dutch Airlines, Flybe and Air France operate indirect flights.

How to find low-cost flights from Newcastle to Dublin

Relaxing in the departures lounge will be simple if you use our search engine when planning your trips, as you're sure to find superb deals. It's user-friendly and will provide you with the information you need speedily, such as all the airport names that come into question for your desired route. You can filter results by various criteria, enabling you to find the lowest internet prices and the cheapest time to go with ease .

When is the best time to fly from Newcastle to Dublin?

November tends to be the cheapest time to go to Dublin. If the weather isn't great, you can visit indoor attractions like the Dublin Writers Museum and Kilmainham Gaol.

In July, those taking city breaks in Dublin can enjoy popular summer activities, such as unwinding in Phoenix Park or taking a sightseeing tour by boat.

Airports in Newcastle

Useful information about Newcastle International Airport

How to get to the airport:

  • Car – You can reach Newcastle Airport by car via the A1. It will take you about 15 -30 minutes to get there from the city centre. The airport provides parking options at various prices.
  • Taxi – It will take you about 15-30 minutes to travel to the airport by taxi from the city centre and it costs around £15.00.
  • Train – Newcastle Central Station is the closest station to the airport. You can take the metro between the two locations (see below).
  • Metro – You can reach the airport by metro from Newcastle and Sunderland. Services usually operate at twelve-minute intervals. It takes about twenty-five minutes to get there from Newcastle's city centre metro stations and it will cost about £3.40.
  • Bus – You can take a number of buses from the city centre, including the X77, X78, X79, 42A and 74. Prices and routes vary.
  • Bike – You can cycle to the airport from the city centre within 45 minutes via Brunton Lane or the B1318. You can park your bicycle at the airport free of charge.

Newcastle International Airport's retail area includes many stores, most of which are open between 4am and 8pm. Some of its food and drink outlets remain open between the first and last flights of the day. It has several lounges and smoking areas, and you can enjoy Wi-Fi access for free.

Airports in Dublin

Useful information about Dublin Airport

How to get to Dublin city centre from the airport:

  • Hire car or taxi – You can drive to Dublin city centre via the M1, M50 and N1. The journey should take approximately 25 minutes. If you take a taxi, it will cost about 20-25 euros (£18-22).
  • Bus – A number of providers operate bus services to and from the airport. Dublin Bus's 747 Airlink express coach service runs every fifteen to twenty minutes. You also take a public bus (number 41) from Terminal 1 or the privately-operated Aircoach service. A one-way adult ticket will cost around 6 euros and, at busy times, the journey can take up to an hour.

There are shops and cafes at both terminals, some of which are accessible 24 hours a day. Other facilities include ATMs, currency exchange bureaus and free Wi-Fi.

What to do and visit in Dublin

Find cheap airfares for international and domestic flights on our website, and visit Dublin to:

  • Spend a day at Dublin Zoo.
  • Explore the National Botanic Gardens.
  • See the medieval Book of Kells.
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