Travelling from Northern Ireland
- It's not surprising that Dublin Airport is a popular choice for many people in Northern Ireland, with over 170 direct destinations and only 90 minutes by car or 2 hours by bus from the centre of Belfast.
- The information below has tips
for residents of Northern Ireland considering Dublin Airport to travel from and back into the island of Ireland in 2022.
- Ireland and the UK remain part of the Common Travel Area (CTA), which means Irish and UK citizens can continue to travel freely between Ireland and the UK.
- For the very best travel advice, we advise that all Northern Ireland residents check the NI direct website.
- As a departing passenger from Dublin Airport to your destination, please check the Irish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs travel advice page, clicking here.
- As an arriving passenger into Dublin Airport and for onward travel to Northern Ireland, please see the Irish Government website gov.ie, and for more
information on recent changes to international travel requirements, please click here.
- Please note the wearing of face masks is a legal requirement throughout your full journey. For all COVID-19 safety measures and requirements, please click here.
- To find out more about the direct destinations and airlines operating out of Dublin Airport for spring 2022, please click here.
- To find out about our car parking options and prices, please click here.
- For information and to book direct bus services from Northern Ireland to Dublin Airport, please visit Aircoach and Translink websites.
- Since the UK’s departure from the European Union, Duty Free prices on alcohol and tobacco products have been re-introduced for all passengers travelling from the EU to the UK. For Northern Ireland residents, please review guidance from the UK
Government’s website, by clicking here.
- To see Duty Free allowances applicable to non-EU destinations, please click here.