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Looking for cheap airfare to Ireland? 25% of our users found tickets to Ireland for the following prices or less: From Calgary C$ 428 one-way - C$ 971 round-trip, from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl C$ 952 one-way - C$ 1,144 round-trip, from Vancouver Intl C$ 1,037 one-way - C$ 1,250 round-trip
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The main entry point into Ireland is Dublin Airport (DUB), where the majority of visitors land. The DUB Airport is the finest airport to travel into if you want to explore some more of Ireland's well-known cities, like Dublin, Swords, Malahide, and Portmarnock.
Although Shannon Airport (SNN) is one of the airports from which there are scheduled flights to Ireland, the vast majority of commercial travellers prefer to fly into DUB Airport. DUB Airport is a preferred airport for passengers on business visits due to its proximity to Dublin City, which acts as the country's capital and is where the majority of Ireland's business head offices are located.
The Connolly and Heuston train stations, as well as Ireland's main bus station - Bus ras - are all easily accessible from Dublin Airport, and from there you may travel immediately to central Dublin areas like O'Connell Street or connect to the rest of Ireland.
If you are looking at flights to Ireland, try to avoid booking a flight to Dublin Airport (DUB) on St Patrick’s day, celebrated on March 17th every year. The crowds tend to descend on the capital city so you will likely notice limited availability on airlines from Canada to Ireland during this time.
Before you land in Ireland, you should note that it is the law for children to use a car seat when travelling in any vehicle. If your child is under 1.5 m in height or 36 kg in weight, then they must use a car seat or booster seat as soon as they arrive in Ireland. If you are flying into Dublin Airport, you can make use of the Stork Exchange, which rents out baby seats and safety equipment and offers to properly instal them in your rental car.
As the major hub for the airline Aer Lingus, Dublin Airport is a great destination for Canadian travellers. Not only does it offer direct flights to Ireland, the airport provides 28 check-in desks and an Aer Lingus Lounge in Terminal 2.
If you plan to visit the northernmost parts of Ireland, like Letterkenny and Donegal, you may want to consider flying into neighbouring Northern Ireland, UK. The City of Derry Airport (LDY) in Londonderry offers flights from Canada, with a stopover in London, UK.
If you want to visit Galway and the west of Ireland, you can fly into Shannon Airport (SNN) in County Clare. The airport is just over 1h from Galway and under 30min to the town of Limerick. Alternatively, you can fly into Ireland West Airport Knock (NOC) in Country Mayo, which is 1h 20min from Galway.
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Out of the numerous major airlines that provide flights between Ireland and Canada, SWISS Airlines is considered the most dependable airline. If you want to boost the dependability of your flights when travelling between Canada and Ireland, Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is one of the finest airport choices to take into account as your departure point. Air Canada, WestJet, and Flair Airlines are just a few of the airlines that use this airport as their main hub for offering flights abroad to Ireland.
If you want to take in the local sporting events while visiting Ireland, flying into Dublin Airport (DUB) is your best bet. The majority of Ireland's stadiums are located in or close to Dublin City, the country's capital. In Ireland, especially on weekends, Croke Park, the Aviva Stadium, and Parnell Park are all fantastic locations to see your favorite local sporting events. From DUB Airport, it is feasible to travel to these stadiums using taxis, the train system, rental vehicles, or buses.
If you are a Canadian citizen with a Canadian passport, you are not required to obtain a visa in order to enter Ireland. As long as your trip does not exceed 90 days, all you need to have with you when you travel to Ireland is a valid passport.
There are several non-stop flights to Ireland from Canada. Aer Lingus, Norwegian and Air Canada offer the most frequent direct routes to Dublin, whilst other airlines provide flights that have a layover in either the U.S.A. or Europe.
You can get a flight from Canada to Cork Airport (ORK), which is 6.5 km south of Cork’s city centre. It is 20 km away from Blarney Stone in County Cork and is an excellent gateway into the rest of southern Ireland.
Dublin Airport, although on the east of the country, is a good place to fly into as it has great transportation links and connects to major highways that lead into the heart of Ireland and further afield. You will also be well placed to board domestic flights throughout the rest of Ireland, to destinations such as Kerry Airport (KIR) and Shannon Airport.
An average direct flight from Canada to Ireland takes 17h 10m, covering a distance of 5543 km. The most popular route is Toronto - Dublin with an average flight time of 6h 35m.
The cheapest ticket to Ireland from Canada found in the last 72 hours was C$ 335 one-way, and C$ 459 round-trip. The most popular route is Toronto Pearson Intl to Dublin and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was C$ 552.
Air Canada, Lufthansa & United Airlines fly the most frequently from Canada to Ireland.
Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Dublin (95% of total searches to Ireland). The next most popular destinations are Shannon (3%) and Cork (1%).Searches for flights to Knock (0.7%) and to Milltown (Kerry) (0.4%) are also popular.
Air Canada, Lufthansa and United Airlines have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Ireland. Confirm policies on booking site.
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