Flights to Dublin, Ireland
Every year there are over 19 million passengers landing at Collinstown International Airport with flights to Dublin. This is the old name for the Dublin Airport, that in Irish Gaelic is known as Aerfort Bhaile Atha Cliath. It is the only airport in town and registers a mainly international traffic: less than 7% of travellers fly on national routes, such as Belfast-Dublin or Shannon-Dublin. The Airport of the capital city of the Irish Republic is Aer Lingus and Ryanair hub. The other Irish airline, CityJet, has its hub at Swords Airport.
Dublin Airport - DUB
Since the '90s, with the Irish economic boom, Dublin airport has become an important hub for business travellers and one of the busiest in Europe. The Irish airport is the one with the highest number of daily flights from/to London: the route London-Dublin is the second in the world for number of flights, second only to Hong Kong-Taipei.
At the airport terminals land passengers of flights to Dublin operated by Aer Lingus from a hundred destinations. The busiest routes, besides London-Dublin, are the ones that connect Dublin to the European cities active on the financial markets, that's to say Frankfurt-Dublin, Amsterdam-Dublin and Zurich-Dublin. There are, as well, many deals for flights Budapest-Dublin.
All international carriers operates flights to Dublin: Air France on the Paris-Dublin route, Iberia from Madrid, Alitalia with flights from Rome, Lufthansa on the Berlin-Dublin route. As it is Ryanair’s hub, the airport is the daily destination for hundreds of low cost flights to Dublin from all the destination offered by the Irish airline such as the flights from Bruxelles to Dublin.
At the Irish airport many international flights land, such as Toronto-Dublin and New York-Dublin, but most of all flights from European and Eastern Asian countries connecting Dublin to Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Manama.
The airport is situated less than ten kilometres from Dublin, all hotels in Dublin are easily accessible within few minutes by different means. The closest hotels to Dublin airport are the 4-star Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport and Radisson BLU Hotel Dublin Airport, both at some minutes from the Arrival Terminal and connected to the airport by free shuttles.
How to get to Dublin from the airport
Thanks to the dense bus network, leading passengers to Heuston and Connolly train stations it is not hard to get to Dublin from the airport. Even others Irish cities are linked to Dublin Airport by AirCoach buses: they reach the Northern cities, such as Londonderry and Donegal, and South Ireland, such as Kork and Killerney. The airport is close to M1 highway as well, connecting Dublin to the rest of Ireland: people who want to rent a car at Dublin Airport for a trip on the road can trust Traveleurope.
Dublin is both the largest city and capital of Ireland. It is located near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin Region. Founded as a Viking settlement, the city has been Ireland's primary city for most of the island's history since...Source : en.wikipedia.org