New destinations in 2018 that were added were flights to Carlisle (UK), Zagreb (Croatia), Dalaman (Turkey), Marrakesh (Morocco), Paphos (Cyprus), Seattle (USA) and Hong Kong. These arrival airports were added to all of the already popular routes including London, Amsterdam, Manchester, Birmingham, Paris, Faro, Malaga, Munich, Edinburgh and Frankfurt which incidentally are the airports’ top 10 destination airports*.
Along with Aer Lingus and Ryanair, other airlines that currently* serve Dublin airport are Aegean, Air Arabia, Air Canada, Air France, Air Moldova, Air Transat, American Airlines, Arkia, Blue Air, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, CityJet, Cobalt, Croatia Airlines, Delta, Emirates, Ethiopian, Etihad, Eurowings, Finnair, Flybe, Fly One, Hainan Airlines, Iberia Express, KLM, Logonair, Lufthansa, Luxair, Norwegian, Qatar Airways, St Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, Swiss, TUI, Transavia, Turkish Airlines, United, Vueling, West Jet & Wow Air. Most airlines listed above can be found within our holiday search featured on our website within package holiday offerings by our partner travel agents & operators.
The package holiday market is as popular from Ireland as it has ever been especially with the savings that can be made with low cost holiday price offerings as displayed in our search. Last minute holidays are still a firm favourite with the majority of customers searching for departures within the three months of departure, plus the all inclusive holiday option retains being the most popular board basis. Holiday prices have been as low as £61pp** Start searching now for your perfect low cost holiday from Dublin and start dreaming.
*Correct as at 16th April 2018, sourced from Dublin airport website. Recorded on 16th August 2018 for Dublin to Madrid for 2 nights including flight & accommodation.