Dublin is one of Ireland's liveliest cities and there is always something going on. The following are some of the top airlines offering cheap flights to Dublin from the UK.
Ryanair is the largest no-frills airline providing cheap flights to Dublin. They have a number of bases throughout the UK and their 3 busiest are Stansted, Liverpool and East Midlands. They currently have a number of special offers on including Birmingham to Dublin and Liverpool to Dublin from for just £14.99 before taxes and additional charges.
EasyJet is one of Britain's largest airlines and has its headquarters at Luton airport. Its most important base in the UK is Gatwick. They do not provide direct flights from the UK to Dublin but they do have regular flights to Belfast.
Aer Lingus is Ireland’s oldest airline and they fly from a number of airports across the UK to Dublin. This includes Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgowand Cardiff. They are the only airline that has direct flights between Heathrow and Dublin. They also have a major base at Gatwick airport. Flights start from around £35 one way excluding taxes and charges.
Aer Arann is a regional airline based in Dublin and is Ireland's third largest airline. They provide scheduled services from the UK and the Isle of Man to Ireland. The airports they fly from include Birmingham, Bristol, Blackpool, London City, Luton and Southend. They also fly from Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Cardiff. Flights start from £39.99 each way.