Flights to New York from Dublin
Do you want to book a Dublin to New York flight? Take a look at this page to find out necessary and useful information on Dublin airport.
Dublin Airport (DUB)
Dublin Airport is an international airport serving Dublin, the capital of Ireland. It’s located 4.3 miles (7 km) north of Dublin, near Swords. It has two terminals for passengers. Several major airlines that operate flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA).
Please find below a list of airlines operating flights from Dublin to New York:
|Air Canada||1 stop in Toronto Pearson International (YYZ)||Newark/LaGuardia|
|Air France||Direct or 1 stop in Boston Logan International (BOS)||JFK/Newark/LaGuardia|
|American Airlines||1 stop in Madrid, Spain (MAD) or London Heathrow (LHR) or Chicago O’Hare International (ORD)||JFK/Newark/LaGuardia|
|British Airlines||Direct or 1 stop in London Heathrow (LHR) or Chicago O’Hare International (ORD)||JFK/Newark/LaGuardia|
|Delta Airlines||Direct or 1 stop in Boston Logan International (BOS)||JFK/Newark|
|Iberia||1 stop in Madrid, Spain (MAD) or Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW)||JFK/Newark/LaGuardia|
|Iberia Express||1 stop in Helsinki Vantaa (HEL)||JFK|
|Icelandair||1 stop in Reykjavik Keflavik (KEF)||JFK/Newark|
|Finnair||1 stop in Helsinki Vantaa (HEL) or Chicago O’Hare International (ORD)||JFK/LaGuardia|
|KLM||Direct or 1 stop in Boston Logan International (BOS)||JFK/LaGuardia|
|Lufthansa||1 stop in Frankfurt am Main (FRA) or Munich (MUC)||JFK/Newark|
|SWISS||1 stop in Zurich (ZRH)||JFK/Newark|
|United Airlines||Direct or 1 stop in Toronto Pearson International (YYZ)||Newark/LaGuardia|
The average flight time from Dublin to New York is around 7 hours. However, this depends on factors such as weather conditions and which airline you fly with.
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For most of the year when British Summer Time (BST) is not in effect, Dublin is 5 hours ahead of New York. Whereas when this is in effect, Dublin is 4 hours ahead of New York City. You can read more about the time difference between Ireland, UK and New York here.
Price for a flight Dublin – New York (DUB)
If you are flying to JFK or Newark airport, most of the major airlines offer direct flights. However, if you would like a cheaper flight to New York; you’ll likely have to book a flight with at least one transfer. The price of airline tickets to New York changes depending on the time of year. If you book on time and avoid travelling during busier months then you can find return tickets from around £490 from Dublin airport. Flexibility is also a key to save money on flights.
The most expensive periods are the summer months and end of year (with the holiday season including Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve) in New York. To get the best rates, I advise trying to book your flight at least 6 months in advance.
Directions to the airport
Before you depart, it’s always advised to be aware of which terminal you are scheduled to depart from. There are several ways to get to Dublin, which you can find more information about below.
- Car: you can drive to the airport via the N1 from Dublin city.
- Bus: it’s possible to get the Aircoach to the airport. I recommend checking Airlink Ireland for further schedule information.
Dublin Airport offers several options for securely parking your car such as short term, long term, valet and economical parking. Go to Dublin Airport website to book a parking space or receive a quote for your vehicle.
Dublin Airport Map
Please find below the map for Dublin Airport. Click on the image to enlarge it.
Source: Dublin Airport
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