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Did you know...
- 53 airlines operate into Dublin. To name a few: Sri Lankan Airlines, SAS, FlyBE, JetBlue Airways, Turkish Airlines, Blue Air Transport, Qantas Airways plus more.
- The cheapest airfare to Dublin is $1,137 leaving from Adelaide flying Jetstar.
- Dublin has the UTC/GMT adjustment of 0.
- The closest overseas airport to Dublin is Isle of Man in United Kingdom. It is approximately 129 km away.
What people are saying about Dublin right now:
Southend Airport celebrates routes launch with fizz! - Braintree and Witham Times
Southend Airport is today celebrating the introduction of its latest new routes as the choice of destinations continues to grow. Flights to Dublin, Manchester and Glasgow, which are all operated through Stobart Air's franchise partnership with Flybe ...
Twitter: From user 'cleverlayover'
Fly roundtrip Indianapolis, IN to Dublin, Ireland for $472 (that's $117 in savings)! #airfare #travel https://t.co/BKyaDxgxEu
This sprawling €1.275m red brick home is a hideaway in the city - Independent.ie
For starters it occupies a prettier position on the north Dublin coastline with views of Ireland's Eye and Lambay Island beyond. Its seaside setting also boasts an actual seaside. The three-mile long sandy beach was recently awarded the covetable ...
October Bank Holiday Figures Up 3% At Dublin Airport - The FINANCIAL
“More than 2,400 flights are due to arrive and depart at Dublin Airport this weekend,” according to Dublin Airport spokesperson Siobhán O'Donnell. “We're expecting an average of 86,000 passengers each day over the course of the October Bank Holiday ...
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Dublin Airport expecting more than 345000 passengers this Bank Holiday weekend - BreakingNews.ie
Dublin Airport has said it is expecting a large volume of passengers to travel this bank holiday weekend. It says more than 345,000 passengers will go through its doors over the three days. That amounts to a 3% increase on the same weekend last year.
Twitter: From user 'Michael Mulcahy'
RT @Conference_Cork: Disappointing that @AerLingus ignoring Cork for transatlantic flights:"Aer Lingus eyes up to 10 new Dublin-US routes h…
Twitter: From user 'Stephen Brian Lowe'
Finally... @SouthendAirport now doing flights to Dublin. 5 mins to get through security no stress like other airpor… https://t.co/DTcjKM2v8m
Twitter: From user 'Invogue Life'
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BA boss Walsh expects EU flights to weather Brexit - Reuters
Willie Walsh, CEO of International Airlines Group speaks during the closing press briefing at the 2016 International Air Transport Association (IATA) Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit in Dublin, Ireland June 3, 2016.