$182+ Cheap flights to Ireland

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Flights to Ireland in 2024

Find the latest flights to Ireland in 2024, with up-to-date prices and availability. In the last 7 days, Cheapflights users made a total of 2,800,118 searches and data was last updated on July 11, 2024.

Popular in

June

Cheapest in

February

Average price

$761

Round-trip from

$285

One-way from

$182
High demand for flights, 19% potential price rise
Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop
Average for round-trip flights in July 2024
From New York to Dublin
One-way flight from New York to Ireland

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Cheap flights to Ireland in July & August 2024

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Cheap flights to Dublin
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Cheap flights to Shannon
Tue 8/67:30 pmJFK - SNN
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Tue 8/279:00 amEWR - SNN
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Sat 8/311:10 pmEWR - SNN
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Sat 8/33:05 pmEWR - SNN
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Cheap flights to Cork
Mon 8/1911:29 amJFK - ORK
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Sun 9/17:20 amORK - JFK
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Thu 8/293:45 pmJFK - ORK
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Ireland 2024 flight deals

Explore flight deals for Ireland in 2024, offering the best prices and options to suit your preferences. In the last 7 days, Cheapflights users made a total of 2,800,118 searches and data were last updated on July 11, 2024.
Listed are some of the best fares we've found on flights departing to Ireland in 2024. Check back in a little while for more flight options.
Thu 12/55:30 pmEWR - DUB
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One-way flights to Ireland

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If you're looking for options on one-way flights to Ireland, check out these fares. Those seeking round-trip flights to Ireland should utilize the search form at the the top of the page.
Mon 7/291:30 amJFK - DUB
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Thu 12/56:10 pmJFK - SNN
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Deal found 7/10$228
Sat 7/201:30 amJFK - ORK
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Find flights to Ireland within your budget

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Mon 10/21

1 stop9h 50m

Dublin

Sat 11/2

1 stop11h 05m

$285

NewarkDublin

EWR - DUB

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Newark

Thu 12/5

1 stop11h 55m

Dublin

Wed 12/11

1 stop31h 20m

$291

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Sun 12/1

1 stop9h 50m

Dublin

Sat 12/7

1 stop11h 40m

$356

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1 stop13h 10m

Dublin

Tue 12/10

1 stop32h 10m

$358

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Nonstop6h 25m

Dublin

Wed 11/20

Nonstop7h 40m

$387

NewarkDublin

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Newark

Fri 11/22

1 stop31h 36m

Dublin

Sun 12/1

1 stop30h 10m

$418

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JFK - DUB

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New York John F Kennedy Intl

Sun 11/3

Nonstop6h 30m

Dublin

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Nonstop7h 45m

$422

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Temperature and rainfall in Ireland by month

Plan your trip to Ireland by taking into account the average temperature and rainfall totals by month.

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Temperature

41 - 60.8 °F

If weather is an important factor for your trip to Ireland, use this chart to help with planning. For those seeking warmer temperatures, July is the ideal time of year to visit, when temperatures reach an average of 60.8 F. Travelers looking to avoid the cold should look outside of January, when temperatures are typically at their lowest (around 41.0 F).

When is the best time to book a flight to Ireland?

Use this chart to determine the optimal time to book a round-trip flight to Ireland. Price data was last updated on July 5, 2024.

You can find cheap flights to Ireland pretty much all year round, with the exception of festivals and events. The cheapest flights to Ireland are found during the quieter months, however, you can secure cheap flight tickets at the last minute, although it is worth booking them in advance. If you can be flexible with your dates and your destination in Ireland then you can secure some absolute bargains on flight tickets.

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Reviews of airlines servicing Ireland

Get insights into the airlines that provide service to Ireland. Read reviews, discover amenities, and learn about the overall travel experience offered by airlines. Use this information to make informed decisions when choosing an airline for your flight to Ireland. Reviews last updated July 11, 2024.
Get a feel of what it's like to fly with PLAY, TAP AIR PORTUGAL and American Airlines to Ireland by reading reviews from past customers. In addition to providing an overall rating, users have also rated airlines in terms of entertainment options, comfort, food, crew/service, and boarding process.
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Very good
9,842 reviews

Boarding

8.2

Entertainment

8.0

Overall

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.4

Crew

8.6

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

8.0
Very good
9,842 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,842 reviews

Boarding

8.2

Entertainment

8.0

Overall

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.4

Crew

8.6

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

7.9
Good
1,426 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,842 reviews

Boarding

8.2

Entertainment

8.0

Overall

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.4

Crew

8.6

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

7.7
Good
1,813 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,842 reviews

Boarding

8.2

Entertainment

8.0

Overall

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.4

Crew

8.6

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

7.7
Good
1,337 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,842 reviews

Boarding

8.2

Entertainment

8.0

Overall

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.4

Crew

8.6

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

7.7
Good
942 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,842 reviews

Boarding

8.2

Entertainment

8.0

Overall

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.4

Crew

8.6

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

Ireland Travel Guide

The Emerald Isle on the edge of Europe might be small, but it’s a big hitter when it comes to music, literature, sports, and its people’s ability to find the craic (fun) in every situation.

The Celtic Tiger roared through the Republic in the 1990s and brought unprecedented wealth and immigrants on cheap flights to Ireland seeking work. The Ireland of traditional small farms and industries went high-tech—at least in the cities of Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway—but it has not forgotten its roots. Traditional music sessions are a weekly event in many country pubs and Irish dancing is a popular pastime.

Bound by the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast and the calmer Irish Sea on the east, there is nowhere in Ireland that is more than 30 miles from the sea. The rolling hills are made for walking, climbing, biking and horse-riding and the many golf courses are lush and, of course, green.

The seas around Ireland provide plentiful and delicious seafood, and its largely family-run farms produce the meat and vegetables for Ireland’s hearty cuisine.

Whether you book a cheap flight to Ireland for a family gathering in Dublin or a chance to gab at the Blarney stone, the trip to Ireland will produce memories that last a lifetime! The language is the same and the food is familiar, so Americans booking a trip to Ireland immediately feel at ease in the country. For Irish Americans, booking flights to Ireland is a special homecoming—you never know who you’ll meet or what ancestry you’ll dig up. But once the familiarity has settled in, it’s time to really explore Ireland.

Take a trip off the beaten path and test your knowledge of Gaelic language in some of Ireland’s remote villages. When your flight to Ireland lands, take time to explore the castles, pubs and ancient artifacts that bind centuries of Irish kin together. Music and literature have defined Ireland for years, so it’s no wonder many friendships are made over a song or a poem. Listen for a song you to which you can sing along, and join the locals in an Irish tune at the local pub. Belly up to the bar for a stout and fish and chips, and introduce yourself to the locals. The friendliness in Ireland is second to none, and everyone is welcome in this treasured country.

For anyone in search of greener pastures, book a flight to Ireland.

Getting to and around Ireland

Dublin Airport:

The airport is located about 6 miles North of Dublin’s city center and has several transportation options to get you to and from the airport. The most common method is either a bus or coach, though taxis are also available. There are about 1000 buses and coaches doing their rounds through the airport each day, all of which go to different areas of Ireland. You can find relevant information at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, depending on your destination. You can also find taxis outside of the Arrivals Terminal. Taxis are more expensive than buses but if you have a lot of luggage or can split the fare with a friend then they can work out to be quite a good value— just make sure to agree on a fee before getting in to avoid an overcharge.

Cork Airport:

After your flight to Ireland has landed in Cork, the main option to get into the city is via bus. Buses are plentiful, cheap, and cover a great deal of Ireland. All of the buses leave from outside of the Arrivals Terminal and you can find more information on timetables either online or at the airport once you arrive. Taxis are also available but will cost significantly more than the bus. They are beneficial if you have a lot of baggage as some buses can be quite crowded.

Ryanair and Aer Arann offer intercity flights, Kerry to Dublin or Dublin to Mayo, for example.

In the cities (Dublin, Cork and Limerick) there are good public bus networks. There is a rail line that runs along the coast in Dublin called the DART and a light rail system called the LUAS that has two lines. One runs east-west through Dublin’s Northside, then crosses the River Liffey and travels south-west to Tallaght, the other is in the south side of Dublin.

Iarnród Éireann runs the railroads. Intercity routes cover major cities and towns around the country while Commuter Rail covers commuter routes to Dublin.

The national bus company is Bus Eireann, which connects the cities and towns. There are several private coach companies too.

Renting a car is a great option as the county towns and smaller villages will not have very frequent bus services. All the major car rental companies are represented at the airports.

Tips for your stay in Ireland

  • Ireland may not be able to guarantee the warm weather of other surfing spots, but it has become a much more popular sport in recent years. Easkey, 27 miles from Sligo in the West of Ireland, is Ireland’s premier surfing spot. County Clare has a number of key surf spots, including Lahinch, Crab Island, Spanish Point, Doughmore, Killard and Ballybunion.
  • The country is well-clothed in forest. One of the most beautiful is Glenariff Forest Parkin County Antrim. The countryside is a patchwork of purples and greens, the falls are sprays of rushing water, pools are calm and there are stretches of fast-flowing dark water that resemble a pint of Guinness —without the creamy head naturally.
  • The World Fleadhthat takes place in a different venue each year is Ireland’s biggest Irish and Celtic music festival featuring the world’s best Irish traditional, contemporary and celtic musicians. Travelers take cheap flights to Ireland from the four corners of the world to follow the session trail, world title competitions, song, dance, and master classes and demonstrations in various performance styles.
  • For a taste of how the Irish used to live, visit Great Blasket Islandoff the Kerry coast. Climb down the steep Dunquin Pier on the Dingle Peninsula and take the short boat trip across to the island. There is a small tourist industry on the island, breathtaking views of the Atlantic and an abundance of sea birds and wildlife. Or visit the Aran Islands, off the coast of Galway.
  • If it’s raining, the state’s art galleries all have free admission. The main ones in Dublin are the National Gallery, Merrion Square; the Hugh Lane Gallery, Parnell Square and the IMMA (The Irish Museum of Modern Art), in the old Royal Hospital, Kilmainham.
  • Climb the steep hill to ring the bells at St Anne’s Church in Cork. Then once you have arrived, climb the stone steps to a parapet that has 360-degree views of the city. Visitors can also ring the church’s eight bells.
  • Dip into CS Lewis’s Ulster. The creator of The Chronicles of Narniawas born in Belfast. He spent some of his childhood there, and vacationed there regularly as an adult. Now there are lots of ways to follow him including a black taxi tour.
  • A favorite of bohemians, artists, and students, Galwayis a proliferation of art galleries and an arts scene that includes traditional music, street theater, and festivals—the best known of which is the Galway Arts Festival held every summer. The vibrant energy continues into the exuberant nightlife. Galway is also a departure point for the Aran Islands, and nearby Lough Corrib has excellent fishing.
  • Ireland’s majestic beauty is picture-perfect in County Kerry. There is still a sense of tourist glitz, but pristine beauty is just minutes away—such as Ireland’s two highest mountains, miles of moorland, and spectacular coastal vistas—and an abundance of prehistoric and early Christian sites. Killarney and the Ring of Kerry are the most popular destinations, and Dingle Peninsula the most beautiful.
  • The Shannonregion has stunning scenery: Cliffs of Moher; Burren’s limestone; Aillwee Cave’s stalactites, stalagmites, and relics; Lough Derg; Atlantic seacoast; the Shannon River; the Slieve Bloom Mountains; and so much more. History buffs can explore sites such as Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, a sixth-century monastery, Celtic exhibits, and museums. All this in a region just over 80 miles end to end.
  • What’s the weather like in Ireland?

    Summers in Ireland are usually dry with average temperatures of 60 degrees. Temperatures are a bit cooler in the spring and fall, while winters are rainy with temperatures around 40 degrees. It is coldest in January and February, and warmest in July and August, but it rarely gets hot. It rains a lot in Ireland, and the weather can change quickly, so it’s a good idea to dress in layers.

  • When is the best time to fly to Ireland?

    Peak Season: The peak season for flights to Ireland is summer with its warm weather and long, sunlit days (6am until after 10pm). All rates are at their highest, festivals are in full swing, and all attractions are open. Dublin is busy year-round and doesn’t have a low season. Spring and fall are great times to visit Ireland. The weather is usually good and most of the crowds have left, so airline tickets to Ireland are often easy to find. Shoulder Season: Early fall (September and October) and spring (March through May, excluding the peak St. Patrick’s Day on March 17) are good times to take cheap flights to Ireland. Off Season: Winter prices tend to be the lowest, except for Dublin. However, seasonal hotels, restaurants, accommodations, and attractions usually close from early or mid-November until mid-March or Easter.

  • How long is the flight to Ireland?

    Ireland is served by five international airports, including Dublin and Shannon Airports. The average flight time from New York ranges from 6 hours 30 minutest to 7 hours 30 minutes, depending on which airport you choose to fly to for your trip. Flights from Los Angeles  and Houston typically require at least one connecting flight, with the total travel time ranging from approximately 11 to 13 hours.

  • Which airlines fly to Ireland?

    Visitors to Ireland can choose from many different airlines, including Delta, United and American Airlines. Aer Lingus operates flights from North America, the U.K. and mainland Europe. If you’ll be traveling from the United Kingdom as part of your travels, you can select short flights from carriers such as Ryanair, British Airways or Flybe. Tickets available to and from Ireland from each carrier may depend on the airport you choose as part of your travels.

  • What should you pack for a flight to Ireland?

    Weather can change quickly in Ireland, it temperatures can remain mild even in the summer. Pack layers of clothing, including short-sleeved shirts and light sweaters so you can dress to your comfort level, and prepare for misty or rainy weather with a rain coat, galoshes and an umbrella. Hiking shoes or boots are ideal if you’ll be enjoying the outdoor scenery, and a medium-weight jacket will provide protection on chilly days. Be sure to pack warm pajamas, particularly if you plan to stay in a castle or bed and breakfast, as these locations can be drafty on cold nights.

  • What are some things to do in Ireland?

    There’s no shortage of things to see and do when visiting Ireland. If you’ll be in Dublin, plan a visit to the Guinness Storehouse or the Irish Whiskey Museum to taste some of the region’s most popular beverages. You can also spend the afternoon strolling through the National Botanic Gardens before stopping in at any of the city’s local pubs for some authentic Irish fare. For time away from the big city, consider taking a trip to one of Ireland’s popular parks or outdoor attractions. Killarney National Park is known for its breathtaking waterfalls and mountain scenery, and a bus tour of the Ring of Kerry provides a view of the rocky Atlantic coastline from high above the water. Of course, Ireland’s countryside is dotted with castles. Some castles feature rooms that can be rented for the night, while others are open during business hours only. Some castles to consider a visit to might include Dublin Castle, Ashford Castle or Bunratty Castle.

  • Can I find cheaper flights to Ireland if I am willing to have layovers?

    Yes, flights with layovers are often cheaper than direct flights. Keep an eye out for flight deals to Ireland on Cheapflights that require 1 or 2 stops for potential cost savings.

  • What is the best airline to fly to Ireland?

    Based on reviews from Cheapflights users, Lufthansa is rated the highest out of the airlines that fly to Ireland.

  • What is the cheapest airport to fly to in Ireland?

    Dublin is currently the cheapest airport to fly to in Ireland. One-way flights to Dublin typically cost $14, while round-trip flights cost around $30.

  • How much is a round-trip flight to Ireland?

    A round-trip flight to Ireland will typically cost around $98, however they can be found for as little as $30.

  • Where does the fastest flight to Ireland depart from?

    For those looking to save time traveling to Ireland, Boston Logan Intl offers the quickest one-way flight (5 hours 50 minutes).

  • Which airport is closest to Parnell Square?

    If being close to Parnell Square is important to you, you’ll want to land at Dublin Airport.

  • Does Dublin have rental cars?

    Yes. Those touching down at Dublin can take advantage of the rental car services offered upon their arrival.

  • Are there hotels close to Dublin?

    Yes. Dublin has hotels nearby for those requiring accommodations. Campervan Ireland Rentals is the closest property to Dublin (0.0 mi away from Dublin).

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