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Cheap Flights from Newcastle to Dublin

  • Newcastle Dublin

    Sat, 8 Feb - Sat, 15 Feb

    From £8.02
  • Newcastle Dublin

    Sat, 8 Feb - Sat, 15 Feb

    From £14.26
  • Newcastle Dublin

    Tue, 4 Feb - Wed, 5 Feb

    From £25.96
  • Newcastle Dublin

    Wed, 4 Mar - Sat, 7 Mar

    From £109.40
  • Newcastle Dublin

    Wed, 1 Apr - Tue, 7 Apr

    From £110.63
  • Newcastle Dublin

    Thu, 12 Mar - Thu, 19 Mar

    From £142.83

Prices shown are for 1 adult ticket including taxes & fees.(As ticket fares can change frequently, these advertised prices are for reference only. The actual prices will be shown at time of booking.)

Newcastle to Dublin Flight Information

Below are some common questions asked about this flight route:

Best time to book Newcastle to Dublin flights

Generally the best time to book Newcastle to Dublin flights is two months in advance. And the cheapest days to fly are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Sunday is the most expensive.

How many direct flights from Newcastle to Dublin?

There are 26 direct flights from Newcastle to Dublin.

What is the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Newcastle to Dublin?

Aer Lingus provides 57 of the non-stop flights between Newcastle and Dublin.

Airlines flying this route:
Airports in Newcastle:
Airports in Dublin:
Average duration of direct flights: 1h12m

Newcastle to Dublin Flight Schedule

Flight info. Departure
Arrival
Weekly Schedule
EI3351
10:40 NCL 11:55 DUB
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10:40 NCL 11:55 DUB
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10:40 NCL 11:55 DUB
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FR173
11:20 NCL 12:30 DUB
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FR175
21:10 NCL 22:20 DUB
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EI3353
13:05 NCL 14:20 DUB
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13:05 NCL 14:20 DUB
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EI3355
18:20 NCL 19:30 DUB
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18:20 NCL 19:30 DUB
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Flights to Dublin Airport (DUB) from Newcastle

8 Feb, 10:45 - 15 Feb, 09:00
EI | Aer Lingus
1h 15m
NCL - DUB
Nonstop
£8
Round-trip from
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4 Feb, 11:20 - 5 Feb, 09:45
FR | Ryanair
1h 10m
NCL - DUB
Nonstop
£26
Round-trip from
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17 Mar, 10:45 - 24 Mar, 09:00
BA | British Airways
1h 15m
NCL - DUB
Nonstop
£175
Round-trip from
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24 Jan, 21:15 - 30 Jan, 09:45
FR | Ryanair
1h 10m
NCL - DUB
Nonstop
£26
Round-trip from
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6 Feb, 11:20 - 13 Feb, 09:45
FR | Ryanair
1h 10m
NCL - DUB
Nonstop
£27
Round-trip from
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Prices shown are for 1 adult ticket including taxes & fees.(As ticket fares can change frequently, these advertised prices are for reference only. The actual prices will be shown at time of booking.)

Flight from Newcastle to Dublin

The Capital City of Ireland, Dublin, is steeped in history while also full of radiant, youthful energy. This medieval city with old-time pubs and cobbled streets also has a unique cosmopolitan touch and a diversity that attracts more tourists every year. With the old fashioned introverted types would love the fine museums and art galleries of the city, the more hip-types would enjoy its cafes and pubs that offer a balance of traditional and contemporary entertainment.

Tip: To see the city in all its splendour, visit during late spring and early summer when the trees are green, and the weather is warm.

Getting to Dublin

Flying being the quickest travel mode From Newcastle to Dublin takes only about one hour and fifteen minutes on a direct flight. Several carriers offer Newcastle to Dublin flights at great prices, especially when they are booked early with return tickets. British Airways and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines operate Direct flights to Dublin on a regular basis with nonstop flights. Cheap flights from Newcastle can also be booked on Ryanair, Aer Lingus, and Etihad Airways, which operate on a daily basis. Once you land, the Dublin Airport is only about 10km north of the city centre, and you have a range of options for commute, including busses, taxis, and car rentals. With over a thousand busses visiting the airport, it’s your cheapest way to get to the city. If you need more comfort and are even willing to share a ride, taxis work quite well to get to the city. The airport also has seven car rental companies that let you hire a car if you wish to drive around the city on your own.

Tip: Taxis are one of the best modes of transport if you’re carrying ore luggage and need to get to the city fast after a tiring commute.

Things to see in Dublin

Trinity College is one of the most visited places in Dublin, with its rich history being one of the oldest universities. Its collection of great literary treasures and its ancient cobbled squares, parks, and gardens attract thousands of tourists. The Dublin Castle is an 800-year-old beauty that must be visited for its nostalgic feel. If you’re up for a bit of countryside touring, the Moher cliffs are awe-inspiring natural wonders that are worth a visit similar to the Wicklow Mountains, which are also among the most visited.

Tip: Much like many of the older cities, the best way to explore Dublin is on bicycle tours.

Shopping and Dining

Just a short distance from the Trinity College is Grafton Street, which is one of Dublin’s most popular shopping destinations. It’s known for jewellers, boutiques, and department stores where you’d find both the local and tourist crowds. The city has a number of popular cafes and restaurants that give you a taste of the Irish. What’s more popular are the pubs and distilleries that offer you a taste of the country’s finest spirits.

Tip: Try a drink in some of the city’s oldest bars in the city that date back to hundreds of years.

On your next Newcastle – Dublin flight booking avail great discounts by clubbing your flight tickets with the stay. On Trip.com, you can book cheap flights and accommodation together so you can get a great travel deal on your next journey.

Roundtrip vs One-Way Flights from Newcastle to Dublin

There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Newcastle to Dublin. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.

Direct vs Connecting Flights from Newcastle to Dublin

The average price for connecting flights from Newcastle to Dublin is GBP 109.35. The average price for nonstop flights from Newcastle to Dublin is GBP 124.98.

Travel from Newcastle to Dublin

Dublin attracts thousands of visitors every year for both business and pleasure. Planning a trip from Newcastle to Dublin is easy when you use Trip.com to help you make travel arrangements. With Trip.com, you can search for available flights and hotel rooms, and then make your booking quickly and easily online.

A Trip to Remember

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