Direct flights to Ireland
Experience green fields and great culture – pay Ireland a visit! In our guide we let you know what not to miss on your trip and present some convenient traveling options with direct flights.
The lure of Ireland lies in its landscapes and its people, and it is through involvement with both that visitors get to experience the soul of this ancient land of saints and scholars. Ireland's hills are a walker's paradise, not only because of the extensive network of trails, but because by being on foot one gets to appreciate the lakes and rivers.
Green fields, vibrant cities and rugged coastlines are just some of the delights on offer when you visit the beautiful country of Ireland. With truly breath-taking scenery, an array of outdoor activities and its warm and friendly people, Ireland has beauty and charm in abundance.
Find a direct flight to Ireland
Are you traveling to Ireland from another part of the world? No matter where you are flying from, the most comfortable option is always to choose a direct flight. The biggest airport in Ireland is located in the capital of Dublin. If you’re flying to Ireland you might also land at the airport in Cork or Shannon, depending on where you are flying from and which part of Ireland you want to visit. Among the links below you find some of the most popular direct routes to the Irish airports – please use the links to see the different options available.
From others European countries
- Direct flights from London (LHR) to Dublin (DUB)
- Direct flights from Amsterdam (AMS) to Dublin (DUB)
- Direct flights from Paris (CDG) to Dublin (DUB)
- Direct flights from London (LHR) to Cork (ORK)
- Direct flights from Amsterdam (AMS) to Cork (ORK)
- Direct flights from Paris (CDG) to Cork (ORK)
- Direct flights from London (LHR) to Shannon (SNN)
- Direct flights from Krakow (KRK) to Shannon (SNN)
- Direct flights from Paris (ORY) to Shannon (SNN)
From the US
- Direct flights from New York (JFK) to Dublin (DUB)
- Direct flights from Washington (IAD) to Dublin (DUB)
- Direct flights from Boston (BOS) to Dublin (DUB)
- Direct flights from Newark (EWR) to Dublin (DUB)
- Direct flights from Chicago (ORD) to Dublin (DUB)
- Direct flights from Newark (EWR) to Shannon (SNN)
- Direct flights from New York (JFK) to Shannon (SNN)
- Direct flights from Boston (BOS) to Shannon (SNN)
- Direct flights from Chicago (ORD) to Shannon (SNN)
What not to miss in Ireland
Ireland’s capital city of Dublin is awash with history and culture as well as being a dynamic city with great shopping and lively nightlife. Explore some of Dublin’s most famous landmarks including Trinity College, Ireland’s oldest university where you’ll find its main attraction the Book of Kells, a manuscript dating back from around AD800.
Equally, you won’t want to miss Phoenix Park, Dublin’s famed park, with its beautiful gardens and lakes to enjoy and to wander around. Situated on the South coast of Ireland is the city of Cork, with its magnificent harbour, one of the largest natural harbours in the world. This buzzing city offers fine architecture, including two cathedrals and a stunning modern opera house.
There’s a host of fantastic shops, restaurants and pubs to enjoy great food and, of course, a glass or two of Guinness. Situated just north of Cork is Blarney Castle which is one of Ireland’s oldest castles and famous for its stone. For outdoor lovers, Ireland is a dream. Whether you are touring by car or on a walking holiday, the landscapes of sandy beaches, turquoise blue ocean and charming picture postcard villages will not disappoint.
How to find a cheap flight to Ireland
At Directflights.com we suggest you book as far in advance as possible to get the cheapest flights to Ireland and don’t forget you can find great lastminute flights to Ireland throughout the year. Our superb flight comparison facility allows you to find the best prices on cheap flights to Ireland.
When is the best time to travel to Ireland?
Ireland is notorious for experiencing cold, damp weather for much of the time. This is due to its temperate climate, but is compensated for by its delightful green countryside. It is, however, possible to enjoy some warm, sunny and dry days during the pleasant summer months between May and September, and this is the best time to travel to Ireland. Irish winter days are short, usually rainy and foggy, but the Gulf Stream winds batter the west coast ensuring that temperatures remain above freezing.