Find cheap flights to Ireland
Good to know
|February||Best time to beat the crowds (5% less expensive on average)|
|December||Most popular time to fly (7% more expensive on average)|
Average price of a round-trip
|C$ 741||(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)|
Good deal for a round-trip
|C$ 439||or less|
Top tips for finding cheap flights to Ireland
- Looking for cheap airfare to Ireland? 25% of our users found round-trip tickets to Ireland for the following prices or less: From Toronto C$ 733, from Montreal C$ 766, from Ottawa C$ 848
- Book at least 4 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
- High season is considered to be January, November and December. The cheapest month to fly to Ireland is April.
- 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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