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Flights from Leeds to Dublin Starting at £39

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Airlines Flying from Leeds to Dublin

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Aer Lingus
From £39
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British Airways
From £102
From £126
Air France
From £228
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Alternative Routes from Leeds to Dublin

Searching for potential routes that might be cheaper and faster? There are a few alternative ways to get to Dublin from Leeds which could help you save money and time.

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    Aer Lingus
    1h 5m
    Leeds Bradford Airport - Dublin Airport
    Tue, Aug 6Aer Lingus
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    1h 5m
    Leeds Bradford Airport - Dublin Airport
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  • When are flight tickets from Leeds (LBA) to Dublin (DUB) the cheapest?

    Airlines adjust prices for flights from Leeds to Dublin based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on Trip.com, you can find the cheapest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
  • How much are flights from Leeds (LBA) to Dublin (DUB) cost?

    According to Trip.com's data, the lowest price is around £177.
  • How long is the flight from Leeds (LBA) to Dublin (DUB)?

    It takes about 1 hour 9 minutes to fly from Leeds (LBA) to Dublin (DUB).
  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Dublin?

    • The distance from Dublin Airport to downtown is about 7km, by taxi about 20 minutes.
  • What are the most popular airlines that fly from Leeds (LBA) to Dublin (DUB)?

    Airlines with flights from Leeds (LBA) to Dublin (DUB): British Airways, Aer Lingus, Ryanair and Qatar Airways.
  • What's the most popular airline for direct flights from Leeds (LBA) to Dublin (DUB)?

    Ryanair operates 16 direct flights from Leeds (LBA) to Dublin (DUB).
  • How many airports in Dublin (DUB)?

    There are 1 airport(s) in Dublin (DUB): Dublin Airport.

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Flight Information from Leeds to Dublin

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Average flight time

1 hour 9 minutes

Popular airline

British Airways


Flights from Leeds to Dublin
Dublin is the capital of Ireland and a small city with a unique reputation. The pulse of the city is defined by wit, humour, and intelligence of this warm and welcoming city, which has attracted many writers and philosophers.
Its pub culture is one of its highlights, with a lot of social interactions happening over beer and wine. It’s a city of diverse culture and one can hear languages and eat food from all corners of the globe in this city.
Dublin is also the centre of commercial and financial power and the main port of the country. Its history dates back to the 12th century and its majestic Dublin castle and domineering St. Patrick’s Cathedral are testaments of that era.
Dublin is also high on festivals, from literature to music to drama and films, the city is buzzing with special events all through the year.
Tip: Put on your dancing shoes and indulge yourself in the Dublin Dance Festival held in the month of May. Many international dance companies and Irish talent share their art with the audience at this festival.
Getting to Dublin
Dublin International Airport is the main airport which services the city and is 6 miles from Dublin city centre. There are many direct flights From Leeds to Dublin. Ryanair Airlines offers cheap nonstop Direct flights to Dublin. Leeds to Dublin typically takes 1 hour 10 minutes. Other airlines having Direct flights to Dublin are Aer Lingus Airlines and British Airways. There are few connecting flights offered by multiple airlines.
Tip: There are 4 ways to get from Dublin airport to the city. Best is to take the Express Public Coach (Airlink).
What to see in Dublin?
Dublin is a museum of its glorious past since the 9thcentury. You could take a day tour and explore the picturesque town with its secret beaches and awe-inspiring cliff walks. This place has it all, whether its historical castles or quirky shops and delicious seafood.
Go through the pages of Dublin’s great history in its various museums. Dublin Writers Museum is an illustration of Dublin’s literary tradition with 4 Nobel Prize winners belonging to this city. St Patrick Cathedral is a major attraction here. Built in the 13th century, this cathedral is one of the few buildings which tell the story of medieval Dublin,
Dublin is rich in natural beauty and few of the must-visit places would be the Liffey Valey with its enchanting strawberry beds, Bull Island with its sandy beach and a range of natural habitats along with sand dunes. One can do a lot of bird watching here.
Beach and water is another place for many fun activities. The Harbor Splash is an inflated aqua park with trampolines, monkey bars and obstacle courses which are fun for the whole family. For the adrenaline junkie, there is sailing adventure for the extra rush.
Tip: Use the hop on hop off bus service for cheap commute and you can see a whole number of places in a short time.
Shop and Dine in Dublin:
Grafton Street is one of the biggest shopping area whether you want the old school glamour or open-air markets and bookstalls. There is always live music going on there which provides a melodious backdrop to your shopping experience. The Dundrum shopping centre is a more suburban place which has high street shopping along with expensive stores.
You could go to Francis Street to browse through antique shops that sell from regal chandeliers to paintings and oriental rugs.
Tip: The beer lovers must visit the Guinness storehouse to learn how this iconic beer is brewed and also how to pour the perfect pint.
Try to combine Leeds-Dublin flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals.
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