Non-stop flights from Dublin (DUB)Last updated on: 02-25-2020
Dublin Airport (IATA: DUB, ICAO: EIDW), also known as Dublin Airport, is the largest airport in Ireland. It is Ireland's main international airport and serves the area of Leinster, Dublin County, and Ireland's Ancient East. Dublin Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 184 destinations in 45 countries.
At present, there are 2 domestic flights from Dublin.
The longest flight from Dublin DUB is a 6,109 mile (9,831 km) non-stop route to Hong Kong HKG. This direct flight takes around 11 hours and 50 minutes and is operated by Cathay Pacific.
Airlines flying from Dublin
In total there are 45 airlines flying from and to Dublin. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers:
Popular destinations from Dublin
Below you can find a list of the most popular destinations from Dublin, based on the number of scheduled flights for this month.
Alternative airports near Dublin
Below you can find a list of alternative airports to Dublin (DUB). The nearest airports to Dublin (DUB) are Anglesey (VLY) and Isle of Man (IOM).
Intercontinental flights from Dublin
The following is an overview of all non-stop intercontinental flights operating from Dublin Airport (DUB).
Please note that there are no direct services between Dublin and Southern America, Central America, the Carribean, Southern Asia, China, Japan, South-Eastern Asia, Central Asia or Oceania.
Non-stop flights from Dublin to the US
Aer Lingus has a strong network of non-stop flights to the United States.
Aer Lingus year-round to Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Hartford (BDL), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), Minneapolis (MSP), New York (EWR), New York City (JFK), Orlando (MCO), Philadelphia (PHL), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle / Tacoma (SEA) and Washington (IAD).
American Airlines (Oneworld) seasonal flights to Charlotte (CLT), Chicago (ORD), Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and year-round flights to Philadelphia (PHL).
Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance) year-round to Chicago (ORD) and Washington (IAD).
United Airlines (Star Alliance) year-round to Chicago (ORD), New York (EWR), seasonal flights to San Francisco (SFO) and year-round flights to Washington (IAD).
Delta (SkyTeam) seasonal flights to Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS) and year-round flights to New York City (JFK).
Non-stop flights from Dublin to Canada
Aer Lingus year-round to Toronto (YYZ).
Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance) year-round to Toronto (YYZ).
Air Canada (Star Alliance) seasonal flights to Montreal (YUL), year-round flights to Toronto (YYZ) and seasonal flights to Vancouver (YVR).
ASKY Airlines year-round to Toronto (YYZ).
WestJet seasonal flights to Calgary (YYC) and Halifax (YHZ).
Air Transat year-round to Toronto (YYZ).
Non-stop flights from Dublin to Africa
Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance) seasonal flights to Addis Ababa (ADD).
ASKY Airlines seasonal flights to Addis Ababa (ADD).
Ryanair year-round to Marrakech (RAK).
Egyptair (Star Alliance) seasonal flights to Cairo (CAI).
Non-stop flights from Dublin to the Middle-East / Western Asia
Aer Lingus seasonal flights to Izmir (ADB).
Ryanair year-round to Bodrum (BJV) and seasonal flights to Dalaman (DLM).
SunExpress year-round to Izmir (ADB).
Turkish Airlines (Star Alliance) year-round to Istanbul (IST).
EL AL seasonal flights to Tel Aviv (TLV).
Emirates year-round to Dubai (DXB).
Etihad Airways year-round to Abu Dhabi (AUH).
Qatar Airways (Oneworld) year-round to Doha (DOH).
Non-stop flights from Dublin to East Asia
Cathay Pacific is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Dublin to Eastern Asia. They fly year-round to Hong Kong (HKG).