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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
1 hours 7 minutes
|Flight Price:||39 €|
|Flights Depart from:||Dublin|
|Flights arrive in:||Birmingham|
|Airlines:||Ryanair, Aer Lingus|
Passengers travelling from Dublin to Birmingham have a variety of flight options from which to choose. Between 8 and 15 direct flights depart from Dublin Airport to Birmingham Airport every day, with a flight time of around 1h15m. Many flights involving changes are also available. For these indirect flights, passengers should expect a journey length of roughly 4h to more than 24h, depending on the duration of each layover.
Direct flights between these two cities are serviced by Ryanair, Aer Lingus, and British Airways. Airlines offering indirect flights include Eurowings, Transavia, Flybe, Swissair, Sas Airways, and Turkish Airlines.
Direct flights between Dublin and Birmingham have a flight time of roughly 1h15m. Flights with changes offered by airlines such as Eurowings usually require an approximately 1h flight to a different destination, followed by an approximately 1h flight to Birmingham Airport. Journey times vary depending on the length of any layovers involved.
Up to 15 direct flights depart from Dublin to Birmingham on a daily basis, which means that passengers have over 100 flights from which to choose every week. The earliest flight takes off at around 06:00 and the latest departs at approximately 22:30.
All flights from Dublin to Birmingham will take off from Dublin International Airport, which is a short bus ride to the north of the city centre. A wide range of bus companies provide connections to the airport, including Dublin Bus, AirCoach and Air Link. This allows travellers to reach the airport within an hour from Heuston Station, Greystones and South Dublin, as well as the city port. Buses run 24 hours a day, so they will be able to get you to any departure time.
England's second largest city is an economic and entertainment hub. Birmingham attracts millions of people every year to events at the National Exhibition Centre, while football teams like Aston Villa and Birmingham City draw in the crowds as well. The city has a great Asian dining scene, as well as family attractions like Cadbury World and the National Sea Life Centre. Birmingham International Airport is in the northern part of the city. To get to the city centre, take the SkyRail service to the airport station, and then catch a train to Birmingham New Street, which takes around 20 minutes. You can also catch the 900 Airport Bus, which leaves every 20 minutes.