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Dublin - New York Flights FAQ

  • Question : What is the cheapest available flight from Dublin to New York?
    Answer : The absolute lowest price we found for a Dublin to New York flight is €268.07. Saving money is the real goal when it comes to booking flights, and ebookers takes this seriously. Below you'll be able to find out more information on airlines, airports, and even great hotel deals for your Dublin to New York flight. Happy travels!
  • Question : How many flights from Dublin to New York are there each week?
    Answer : There are 4,444 weekly flights from Dublin to New York.
  • Question : How many airlines offer flights from Dublin to New York?
    Answer : 40 airlines fly from Dublin to New York.
  • Question : What are the best airports to fly from and to for Dublin to New York flights?
    Answer : ebookers aims to help travelers book airfare and accommodation with ease. With 4,444 flights each week on 40 airlines, travelers can trust that they are booking the best available flights to New York. We even have flights starting for as little as €268.07 so that a high price tag won’t get in the way of your travel plans.Flights from Dublin to New York can depart and arrive from many different airports, giving travelers the chance to find the best fit for them. Some popular departing airports are:
    • Dublin (DUB)
    Popular New York airports include:
    • John F. Kennedy Intl. (JFK)
    • Liberty Intl. (EWR)
    • LaGuardia (LGA)
    Having options to choose from gives travelers the kind of control they deserve over their experience. It’s about turning that New York trip into an experience yielding memories that will last a lifetime.
  • Question : What are some popular airlines offering Dublin to New York flights?
    Answer : Choose from the 40 airlines and flights that work best for your travel preferences. More choices on a flight from Dublin to New York means travel tailored to what any traveler might need. Here are some of the most popular routes and airlines:
    • Dublin (DUB) to John F. Kennedy Intl. (JFK)
      • Aer Lingus
      • British Airways
      • Delta Air Lines
    • Dublin (DUB) to Liberty Intl. (EWR)
      • Aer Lingus
      • British Airways
      • United Airlines
    • Dublin (DUB) to LaGuardia (LGA)
      • Aer Lingus
      • United Airlines
      • Lufthansa
  • Question : What airlines fly the most from Dublin airports to New York airports?
    Answer : To plan the best possible holiday, travelers should know that there are a lot of options when it comes to flights from Dublin area airports to New York. While most travelers tend to fly out of major airports due to greater flight availability on major airlines, smaller airports may have cheaper flights and less traffic hassle.Check out these airlines’ flight availability:
    • Dublin (DUB) - John F. Kennedy Intl. (JFK)
      • Aer Lingus - 235 flights per week from DUB to JFK
      • British Airways - 196 flights per week from DUB to JFK
      • Delta Air Lines - 41 flight per week from DUB to JFK
    • Dublin (DUB) - Liberty Intl. (EWR)
      • Aer Lingus - 116 flights per week from DUB to EWR
      • British Airways - 97 flights per week from DUB to EWR
      • United Airlines - 73 flights per week from DUB to EWR
    • Dublin (DUB) - LaGuardia (LGA)
      • Aer Lingus - 25 flights per week from DUB to LGA
      • United Airlines - 25 flights per week from DUB to LGA
      • Lufthansa - 18 flights per week from DUB to LGA
  • Question : How many flights are available from Dublin area airports to New York area airports?
    Answer : An average of 4,444 flights a week depart from Dublin and nearby areas en route to New York. Around 40 airlines like Aer Lingus, British Airways, and others offer numerous flights out of area airports such as:
    • Dublin (DUB) has 2,664 flights to John F. Kennedy Intl. (JFK) weekly.
    • Dublin (DUB) has 1,432 flights to Liberty Intl. (EWR) weekly.
    • Dublin (DUB) has 348 flights to LaGuardia (LGA) weekly.
  • Question : What's the average flight time for Dublin to New York flights?
    Answer : Travelers can expect that the 5,153 direct flight from Dublin to New York will take, on average, around 7 hours, 32 minutes. Note that flight times can vary depending on the time of the flight, weather and other factors. Minimum flight times are around 7 hours, 15 minutes.
  • Question : What are the earliest and latest flights from Dublin to New York?
    Answer :
    • Dublin (DUB) to John F. Kennedy Intl. (JFK)
      • Earliest departing flight: 08:50 AM
      • Earliest arrival: 11:20 AM
      • Latest departing flight: 04:10 PM
      • Latest arrival: 08:05 PM
    • Dublin (DUB) to Liberty Intl. (EWR)
      • Earliest departing flight: 09:00 AM
      • Earliest arrival: 11:35 AM
      • Latest departing flight: 01:00 PM
      • Latest arrival: 04:40 PM
    • Dublin (DUB) to LaGuardia (LGA)
      • Earliest departing flight: 05:30 AM
      • Earliest arrival: 11:37 AM
      • Latest departing flight: 01:40 PM
      • Latest arrival: 10:31 PM
  • Question : What types of aircraft do airlines flying Dublin to New York use?
    Answer : The commercial airline industry uses many different types of aircraft, with each suited to service flight types, flight routes and passenger needs. Because some travelers may have a preference on which aircraft they travel on, ebookers aims to offer as much aircraft information as possible to help travelers make informed choices.Airlines servicing Dublin to New York flights employ the following aircraft:
    Airline Flight Number Aircraft Equipment
    United 22 Boeing 777
    British Airways 835 Airbus A320
    Aer Lingus 162 Airbus A320
  • Question : Will I need my passport to fly from Dublin to New York?
    Answer : Yes. Passports facilitate international travel for millions of passengers daily. Passports are generally required when traveling from one country to another, although many countries may require additional documents such as a Visa. Travelers should contact customs or the related department of the country they intend on visiting for the appropriate information, restrictions and requirements for successful travel.

The low-down on cheap flights to New York from Dublin

Three good reasons to keep up with NYC

New York is snazzy. New York is cool. And New York is just a little bit on the Irish side. Right there are three solid reasons to be on the lookout for cheap flights to New York from Dublin. There’s one more. Soul. NYC might be a global city, but each little piece has a character of its own. Broadway’s pizazz will have you dancing in your seat, while Fifth Avenue’s designer chic will have you reaching for your wallet. And it keeps on changing – Chelsea is now the hip and happening part of town, while once-edgy Greenwich Village now only echoes its past. So what’s the bottom line: you need to come here just to keep up.

When is best for cheap flights from Dublin to New York?

New York City puts its best face on whatever the season: a fresh-faced grin in spring, a sultry smile in summer and starry-eyed look at Christmas. The show brings in the crowds all year round. It does result, though, in fewer chances for cheap prices for flights from Dublin to New York. Overall, February and March are your best low-cost option, if you can handle the cold. Booking at the right time helps too. Try searching around four or five months before those flights to New York take off in order to save some money.

Sorting out your flight from Dublin to New York

If you’re not parking and flying, or being dropped off at Dublin Airport (DUB), then you’ll have to get the bus – there’s still no rail link the nation’s premier airport. The Aircoach 700 express service runs from the hotel belt on the south side of Dublin, through the city centre, and on to the airport. It costs €9 for a single from the city centre. An alternative is the AirLink 747 service, also running through from central Dublin, but which is a little cheaper.

Flying to New York

Airlines offering Dublin New York flights generally go from Dublin Airport, with most being national airlines. They include Aer Lingus, British Airways, Finnair, Lufthansa and United Airlines. Flights heading off to the USA take off from Dublin’s shiny new Terminal 2 building. The Atlantic hop normally takes between 7 and 8 hours, with most airlines gliding in to JFK, once New York is in sight.

Getting from the airport into New York

Flight arrivals from Ireland now pull up to Terminal 4, rather than Terminal 5. Once you’ve picked up your luggage, you’ll find trains, buses and taxis on-hand to zip you into New York. A yellow cab has to be the coolest and simplest way in, but will set you back as much as $60. The JFK AirTrain is relatively fast (whisking you there in less than an hour) and inexpensive (you can get into Lower Manhattan for $10). Cheapest of all are the MTA NYC Buses, which amble their way into central New York for only $3.

Turning on to the NYC vibe

New York has a must-see list as long as your arm. It includes such venerable icons as the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty and Times Square, and some proud new ones (albeit touched with sadness) like Freedom Tower. But New York isn’t so much about the seeing, as the doing. Turn up, tune in and turn on to a free classical concert on a sunny day in Central Park. Thrill over the bold work of SoHo’s hip street artists. Or have your palate challenged, and your tastebuds tickled, trying out craft cocktails in an East Village bar. Just don’t tell them you’re Irish, or you’ll be drinking Black Velvets all night.

Flight and hotel New York

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