You have several choices for flights from London to Dublin, and this healthy competition does help to keep prices fairly low. The Irish airlines Aer Lingus and Ryanair should certainly be checked for cheap flights, but also look at Air France whose ticket prices are sometimes surprisingly the cheapest of all. There are also flights with bmi, and you can fly from London City Airport, Gatwick, Heathrow or Stansted.
Flybe and CityJet both fly several flights each day from London City Airport to Dublin, and the flight prices do vary a lot. It is usually much cheaper to stay at least one night in Dublin, rather than make a day trip of it. In some cases, depending on when you book and which days of the week you travel, fares can be cheaper than on the budget airline, Ryanair.
Air France isn’t the first name you would think of for flights between London to Dublin but they do operate two flights a day from London City Airport to Dublin. Their flight prices are very competitive, particularly if you can book ahead and be flexible on dates, so do check them out.
There are several Ryanair flights to Dublin each day from London’s Stansted Airport. The cheapest flights are early in the day, and it mays to book well ahead. Ryanair’s flights to and from Dublin are not as cheap as some of its flights from London to Continental Europe, so while you should check them out, also compare prices on Aer Lingus too.
Aer Lingus operate several daily flights to Dublin from both London Gatwick and London Heathrow Airports. If you can be flexible on your dates and times, you can pick up some very cheap deals on Aer Lingus.
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