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 other 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.