|Distance||907 miles (1463 km)|
|Average flight duration||2 h 25 min|
|Average plane ticket price||€104 (€104)|
|Airlines||Ryanair, Aer Lingus, British Airways, Lufthansa or KLM|
Flights from Prague to Dublin cover the 907 miles (1463 km) long trip taking on average 2 h 25 min with our travel partners like Ryanair, Aer Lingus, British Airways, Lufthansa or KLM. There are direct flight services available. You can get the cheapest plane tickets for this route for as low as €53, but the average price of plane tickets is €104. Travellers depart most frequently from Prague Vaclav Havel Airport and arrive in Dublin Airport.
Travel from Prague to Dublin from €53 with Omio’s flight partners Lufthansa, KLM and British airways! You can find the best timetables and tickets when comparing and booking the most convenient route for you.
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Flights from Prague to Dublin are a convenient and fast way to cover a distance of 1460 kilometers between these two cities. The city of Dublin prides itself on its reputation as a warm and welcoming city, famous for the friendliness of its people. Prague City, the capital of the Czech Republic lies at the heart of Europe, and is one of the continent's charming and finest cities. There are numerous flights departing from Prague to Dublin with most of them scheduled to fly throughout the week.
Ryanair is the most popular airline for flights between from Prague to Dublin. It offers fifty percent of the direct flights from Prague to Dublin. Other airlines that operate this route include Lufthansa, Swiss airline and Aer Lingus which offer connecting flights to Dublin from Prague.
It takes approximately two hours 35 minutes to fly from Prague to Dublin by a direct flight. Stopover flights between Prague to Dublin, however, take more time to arrive to Dublin compared to the direct flights. The arrival time varies depending on the stopover destination and the waiting time of the connecting airline.
There are 13 direct flights plying the Prague to Dublin route per week with the service shared by three airlines. Passengers can expect between one and two direct flights per day. Frequent indirect options also operate along the route, with a transfer at another European city.
Departure Airport: The departure airport for flights from Prague to Dublin is Václav Havel Airport Prague, located 17 kilometers north of the city of Prague. The transportation means for passengers from the airport in Prague is straightforward because the city center of Prague is located close to the airport. Transportation by bus to the city center of Prague will take around 20 minutes while by taxi will be close to 15 minutes. Airport shuttle transfer ride will take close to thirty minutes or more depending on the stops and traffic. It has two terminals, terminal one and terminal 2. Terminal one is for intercontinental flights while Terminal 2 is for flights within the EU Schengen and other European countries. Facilities offered at the airport include; WiFi connectivity, duty-free shops, hotel and restaurants, car parking, and car hire services.
Arrival airport: The arrival airport for flights from Prague to Dublin is the Dublin airport. It is located 7 kilometers north of Dublin city center in Collins town, near Swords. Transportation from the Dublin airport include buses, taxis train, and car hire. Public buses available for transport to the city center from the airport take about 15 minutes depending on stopovers and traffic. Taxi services from the airport, though more expensive, take about ten minutes. Facilities and services offered at the airport include; WiFi connections, duty-free shops, an executive area, restaurants, and coffee shops.
Travel by plane between Prague, Czechia and Dublin, Ireland is: Partially open.
International entry is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Czech Republic
The government of Ireland has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
The above information was last checked on 7/29/21. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your flight to Dublin from Prague closer to your date of departure here.
The restriction level for your return flight to Prague, Czechia from Dublin is: Partially open.
International entry is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Ireland
Conditions of reentry:
The government of Czechia has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last checked on 7/29/21. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your flight to Prague from Dublin closer to your date of departure here.
Omio customers travelling this route book their cheap flights from Prague Vaclav Havel Airport to Dublin Airport most frequently.
Passengers board their flight most frequently from Prague Vaclav Havel Airport, which is located around 0 miles (0 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the plane at Dublin Airport, located 0 miles (0 km) away from the city centre. You can check for taxi services, public transportation options or airport shuttle services available from Dublin Airport to take you to the city centre of Dublin.
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