Search flights to Ireland

Number of flights per week4Currency
EUR
Flight Duration
6 hour 40 min
Top destinationsDublin
Most popular airlineAer LingusMost popular airportDublin Airport
About Ireland

Ireland, an island country to the west of the British Isles, officially known as the Republic of Ireland, is well-known for its strong economy. The history of settlements in Ireland goes back to around 6,000 BC, and the country has carefully preserved its cultural heritage. The official languages are Irish (Gaelic) and English, and they use the Euro as currency.
After becoming a member of the European Union, Ireland has thrived economically and in terms of sectoral diversity. It earned the nickname 'Celtic Tiger' for its remarkable progress, a distinction shared by only a few EU countries. Two crucial sectors, agriculture and industry, play a significant role in the country's economy. With high standards of living and a strong economy, Ireland ranks among the top countries in the world. Besides agriculture and industry, the country has highly advanced livestock, manufacturing, commerce, and transportation sectors.
Dublin, the capital, is the country's major business and trading hub.  Ireland is located in Northwestern Europe and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Irish Sea to the east, and the Celtic Sea to the south. The Republic of Ireland has a population of more than 5 million. Cities that have gained recognition in terms of tourism and business besides Dublin are Galway and Belfast.
Ireland enjoys a cool and mild oceanic climate, making it a year-round destination for tourism. Spring and autumn seasons tend to last longer than usual, with rainfall occurring throughout the year. Ireland's culture, particularly its music, is known and appreciated worldwide.
Ireland has a unique cuisine and a rich cultural heritage celebrated through various festivals and events. The St. Patrick's Day Festival in Dublin is a top-ranking global festival. Many of these events focus on music and attract visitors from all around the world.
While Ireland has a European culture, it retains its unique traditional cuisine and various culinary alternatives. Iconic Irish dishes include Shepherd's Pie and the famous 'Irish Breakfast,' so tasting these should be on your list when concluding your visit to Ireland. Potatoes are a staple in many traditional Irish dishes, and the country's most consumed beverage, almost surpassing water, is beer.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Wingie offer the cheapest Ireland airfares?

When you search for flights to Ireland, Wingie directly gathers and compares the instant data of all airlines with flights from the airports you can take off from. You can see all Ireland flights together for the date you are looking for and choose the most suitable flight ticket.

Which airlines have flights to Ireland?

Ryanair, Turkish Airlines, British Airways, Aer Lingus, Air France, Egyptair, Emirates, SunExpress, Etihad Airways, Air Transat, Operador Aereo Andalus, Qatar Airways, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Norwegian Air International, Air Canada, Flyone Armenia, FlyOne, Lufthansa, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, HOP!, United Airlines, Eurowings, Swiss organize flights to Ireland.

To which Ireland cities are there direct flights from the USA?

Ireland cities with direct flights from the USA: Dublin.

Which airlines have direct flights to Ireland?

Airlines that offer direct flights to Ireland: Ryanair, Turkish Airlines, Aer Lingus, SunExpress, Egyptair, Air Transat, Operador Aereo Andalus, Emirates, Eurowings, FlyOne.

Which are the most popular Ireland airports?

The most popular airports in Ireland: Dublin, Cork.

Which are the most popular Ireland cities?

Most popular Ireland cities: Dublin, Cork.