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Quick facts about Aer Lingus

Find info about flight duration, flight prices, and popular routes for Aer Lingus

Cheapest Route

$14

Most Popular Route

DUB to MAD

Shortest Flight

0h 50m

Longest Flight

2h 50m
The cheapest route Aer Lingus flies is from Dublin to London Gatwick for $14
Flying from Dublin to Madrid Barajas is currently the most popular Aer Lingus route
The quickest Aer Lingus flight route is 0h 50m from Dublin (DUB) to Donegal (CFN)
The longest Aer Lingus flight route is 2h 50m from Dublin (DUB) to Lisbon (LIS)

Aer Lingus Reviews

6.8
OkayBased on 297 verified guest reviews
6.7Entertainment
7.7Crew
6.7Boarding
6.9Comfort
6.3Food
6.8Overall

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4.6 Mediocre
KAYAK
Pros:Nothing
Cons:All food and beverages had to be bought
2.0 Bad
KAYAK
The airplane selected for this 8-hour journey was way too small! It was uncomfortable, cramped, and not to the usual standards. A long-haul transatlantic flight needs to have more space and adequate overhead locker space for carry-on baggage. We had to check our small carry-on and they were the very last bags to arrive at baggage claim, 40 minutes after arrival. On two occasions I counted 17+ passengers lining up in the aisle waiting to access the bathroom, as there were only 2 lavatories in the economy area. Staff were clearly frustrated and the crew had to ask passengers to sit down to avoid blocking the aisle... another point why the plane was too small for that travel duration. Turbulence was frequent, again something that is not as obvious on a larger plane. As an Irish citizen living in the US, I'm so disappointed to see the Aer Lingus standard dropping and will be likely looking for other carriers for my frequent tranatlantic travels.
2.0 Bad
KAYAK
The airplane selected for this 8-hour journey was way too small! It was uncomfortable, cramped, and not to the usual standards. A long-haul transatlantic flight needs to have more space and adequate overhead locker space for carry-on baggage. We had to check our small carry-on and they were the very last bags to arrive at baggage claim, 40 minutes after arrival. On two occasions I counted 17+ passengers lining up in the aisle waiting to access the bathroom, as there were only 2 lavatories in the economy area. Staff were clearly frustrated and the crew had to ask passengers to sit down to avoid blocking the aisle... another point why the plane was too small for that travel duration. Turbulence was frequent, again something that is not as obvious on a larger plane. As an Irish citizen living in the US, I'm so disappointed to see the Aer Lingus standard dropping and will be likely looking for other carriers for my frequent tranatlantic travels.
1.9 Awful
KAYAK
From using an app that denied my negative covid test THREE times because they misread it and tried to mislead me about it ("Maybe the date isn't specified?" when it very much was and I'd drawn attention to its correct location); to the fact that my connecting flight wasn't even available in this app was supposed to determined whether I could fly to my final destination; ti the fact that a supposedly vital piece of documentation wasn't even mentioned in that app; to the unnecessary delaying of a connecting flight by several hours that was suddenly on time again upon landing minutes only late, which somehow required all passengers with ANY connecting flight to run to their gate regardless of destination; to the fact that the boarding passes didn't include my initial return flight and only the connecting, which was cause to be denied entry to the airport, to the apparenly unknown and much disputed location of the check-in where I would have to report to get said boarding pass; to the ONE HOUR WAIT behind maybe 20 people total in spite of having no bags to check because again, I had no boarding pass; to the app incorrectly stating that no additional covid test was needed only to find out after having been at the airport THREE HOURS; to the fact that my itinerary"couldn't" be changed because it was "in flight" while the "fare difference" I would be charged went up $100 every hour I was forced to wait because there were magically no notes regardingmy flight every time I called back as directed; this was a miserable experience all around. Never recommending aer lingus to anyone ever and certainly won't fly it again. Guess I won't ever find my long lost relatives...
1.9 Awful
KAYAK
From using an app that denied my negative covid test THREE times because they misread it and tried to mislead me about it ("Maybe the date isn't specified?" when it very much was and I'd drawn attention to its correct location); to the fact that my connecting flight wasn't even available in this app was supposed to determined whether I could fly to my final destination; ti the fact that a supposedly vital piece of documentation wasn't even mentioned in that app; to the unnecessary delaying of a connecting flight by several hours that was suddenly on time again upon landing minutes only late, which somehow required all passengers with ANY connecting flight to run to their gate regardless of destination; to the fact that the boarding passes didn't include my initial return flight and only the connecting, which was cause to be denied entry to the airport, to the apparenly unknown and much disputed location of the check-in where I would have to report to get said boarding pass; to the ONE HOUR WAIT behind maybe 20 people total in spite of having no bags to check because again, I had no boarding pass; to the app incorrectly stating that no additional covid test was needed only to find out after having been at the airport THREE HOURS; to the fact that my itinerary"couldn't" be changed because it was "in flight" while the "fare difference" I would be charged went up $100 every hour I was forced to wait because there were magically no notes regardingmy flight every time I called back as directed; this was a miserable experience all around. Never recommending aer lingus to anyone ever and certainly won't fly it again.

Popular Aer Lingus routes

If you have flexible travel plans, check out this selection of Aer Lingus routes.
Amsterdam to Dublin
Fastest flight time1h 40m
Cheapest price$112
London to Dublin
Fastest flight time1h 20m
Cheapest price$161
Paris to Dublin
Fastest flight time1h 45m
Cheapest price$188

Information about flying with Aer Lingus

Yes, Aer Lingus currently has 7 flights out of Sydney Kingsford Smith per week.

Dublin is the top airport served by Aer Lingus. London Heathrow and London Gatwick are also popular airports that Aer Lingus uses a routine basis.

Check the flight status for Aer Lingus using our real-time Flight Tracker. To get an update, type in either the airport name or the Aer Lingus flight number, then click Track Flight. We’ll show you information such as the gate number, departure time, and arrival time for Aer Lingus flights. If you want more information about a particular flight, feel free to call Aer Lingus at +61 2 9244 2123 or visit their website at aerlingus.com.

At the moment, flying from Dublin to Donegal with 0 stops for $66 is the cheapest return domestic route that Aer Lingus offers. If you’re fine with booking a one-way domestic flight with Aer Lingus, then flying from Dublin to Donegal with 0 stops for $33 is the cheapest option.

Birmingham to Dublin and back with 0 stops for $60 per ticket is the cheapest return international flight we could find from Aer Lingus. The cheapest international one-way flight with Aer Lingus is from Dublin to London Gatwick (0 stops) for $14.

At the moment, Aer Lingus requires that checked bag dimensions be within 158cm. Your carry-on bag can be 48x33x20cm or smaller. If you also have a personal item, then it should be no longer than 33x25x20cm.


Popular international Aer Lingus flights

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