Turkish Airlines offers two direct flights from Istanbul to Dublin every day. Flights from Istanbul Airport (IST) to Dublin Airport (DUB) take five hours in average. The number of flights in this route remains quite the same throughout the yea; however there may be seasonal differences on the hours of departure.
Istanbul is a significant port town along both the Marmara inland and the Black Sea. As a pioneer countrywide in many aspects like industry, commerce, finance, education, healthcare and culture, the shining metropolis keeps on developing ceaselessly by its advanced infrastructure.
Being an ideal destination for the touristic tours by its museums with utterly rich collections and glorious palaces providing an insight into the Ottoman period, Istanbul is in demand as a noteworthy spot for international medicine tourism as well, by its large number of hospitals and medical centers. Topkapı Palace is the favorite spot of the tourists, as a remarkable attraction in the city. Arousing interest by its religious importance, the magnificent Hagia Sophia and Süleymaniye Mosque also rank among the worth-seeing sites in this charming city.
Istanbul hosts two airports to manage the city’s busy air traffic: Istanbul Airport (IST) in the European side and Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in the Anatolian side. Flights from Istanbul to Dublin with Turkish Airlines take off from Istanbul Airport (IST).
Istanbul Airport (IST) is located on the D20 road and connects to both TEM and E5. There are plenty of different modes of transportation you can use to reach the airport that is only 35 km from the city center.
It takes around 30 minutes to reach the airport from the city center by taxi and costs around 100-110 TL. One option is Havaist, the shuttles depart from many places in the city on the European or Anatolian side. If you are looking for a cheaper option, then you can benefit from the IETT bus services. For more information on transport schedules check our transport information page.
The capital of Ireland, Dublin is situated on the banks of Liffey River. As an extremely warm and lovely city by its verdant nature and profile remaining from the Medieval Age, Dublin ranks among the top popular destinations countrywide. Being one of the most visited European capitals, this admirable Irish city offers an unforgettable holiday for its art lover guests who are also fond of history, through its wide range of museums and art galleries where the masterpieces of notable artists are exhibited.
The popular icon of the city, Dublin Castle is the first stop of many visitors. The city’s well-planned parks and squares are the favorite of both the tourists and the locals fond of socializing in open spaces. Especially Phoenix Park, St. Patrick’s Park and Merrion Square are the top vibrant spots in the city. Besides, the National Museum of Archeology and the Writers Museum are flooded by a large number of visitors every year, as the popular museums in the city.
Passengers booking their flights to Dublin with Turkish Airlines land at Dublin Airport (DUB), which is 10 kilometers to the city center.
It is possible to use the airport shuttles for reaching the center from Dublin Airport (DUB). Serving in every 10 minutes, these shuttles get to the center within nearly thirty minutes.
You may also use the cabs available 7/24 on the way out the airport or rent a car from the car rental offices to ensure a smooth transport during your stay.