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Find cheap flights from Bristol to Dublin from £23

This is the cheapest one-way flight price found by a KAYAK user in the last 72 hours by searching for a flight from Bristol to Dublin departing on 3/5. Fares are subject to change and may not be available on all flights or dates of travel. Click the price to replicate the search for this deal.
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These are the airlines KAYAK users have selected most often from within our search results in flight searches from Bristol to Dublin, as well as popular online travel agencies
These are the airlines KAYAK users have selected most often from within our search results in flight searches from Bristol to Dublin, as well as popular online travel agencies
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Cheap flight deals from Bristol to Dublin (BRS-DUB)

Here are some of the best deals found on KAYAK recently from the most popular airlines for round-trip flights from Bristol to Dublin that are departing in the next months. While these flights were available on KAYAK in the last 72 hours, prices and availability are subject to change and deals may expire.
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07:10 - 08:15BRS-DUB
1h 05mdirect
19:30 - 20:35DUB-BRS
1h 05mdirect
£31Ryanair
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Sun, 28 Apr - Tue, 30 Apr
22:10 - 23:15BRS-DUB
1h 05mdirect
08:25 - 09:30DUB-BRS
1h 05mdirect
£35Ryanair
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Sat, 4 May - Fri, 17 May
18:55 - 20:20BRS-DUB
1h 25mdirect
06:40 - 07:55DUB-BRS
1h 15mdirect
£64Aer Lingus
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Tue, 14 May - Wed, 22 May
20:25 - 21:45BRS-DUB
1h 20mdirect
06:40 - 07:55DUB-BRS
1h 15mdirect
£69Aer Lingus
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Tue, 14 May - Sat, 18 May
06:45 - 17:15BRS-DUB
10h 30m1 stop
06:40 - 07:55DUB-BRS
1h 15mdirect
Thu, 2 May - Tue, 7 May
07:00 - 18:20BRS-DUB
11h 20m1 stop
06:40 - 07:55DUB-BRS
1h 15mdirect
Wed, 29 May - Thu, 30 May
08:25 - 09:40BRS-DUB
1h 15mdirect
06:40 - 07:55DUB-BRS
1h 15mdirect
£196British Airways
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Tue, 30 Apr - Sun, 5 May
20:25 - 21:45BRS-DUB
1h 20mdirect
14:30 - 15:50DUB-BRS
1h 20mdirect
£197British Airways
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Wed, 1 May - Wed, 8 May
17:30 - 22:25BRS-DUB
4h 55m1 stop
13:20 - 22:20DUB-BRS
9h 00m1 stop
£206KLM
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Sat, 18 May - Sat, 25 May
17:30 - 22:25BRS-DUB
4h 55m1 stop
05:55 - 13:10DUB-BRS
7h 15m1 stop
£232KLM
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Sat, 4 May - Sun, 5 May

Flights from Bristol to Dublin - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights from Bristol to Dublin to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Bristol to Dublin?

The average price of all flights from Bristol to Dublin clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
Your flight ticket price will generally be cheaper if you fly to Dublin on a Tuesday and more expensive on a Friday. On your return trip to Bristol, you should consider flying back on a Thursday, and avoid Sundays for better deals.

What is the cheapest month to fly from Bristol to Dublin?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights from Bristol to Dublin, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights from Bristol to Dublin is January, where tickets cost £37 on average. On the other hand, the most expensive months are December and June, where the average cost of tickets is £66 and £64 respectively.

How far in advance should I book a flight from Bristol to Dublin?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights from Bristol to Dublin, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price on the flight from Bristol to Dublin, you should book around 5 days before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 29 days before departure.

Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Bristol to Dublin?

The cheapest price for the route for each airline clicked by KAYAK users in the last 72 hours.
In the last 72 hours, the cheapest one-way ticket from Bristol to Dublin found on KAYAK was with Ryanair for £23. Ryanair proposed a return connection from £31 and Aer Lingus from £64.

Which airlines fly direct between Bristol and Dublin?

Airline and price data is aggregated from results in KAYAK’s search results from the last 2 weeks for flights from Bristol to Dublin.
There are 2 airlines that fly direct from Bristol to Dublin. They are Aer Lingus and Ryanair. The cheapest airline for this route is Ryanair, with the best one-way deal found costing £25. On average, the best prices for this route can be found at Ryanair.

How many flights are there between Bristol and Dublin per day?

Each day, there are between 5 and 7 nonstop flights that take off from Bristol and land in Dublin, with an average flight time of 1h 12m. The most common departure time is 05:00 and most flights take off in the evening. Each week, there are 42 flights. The most frequent day of departure is Thursday, when 17% of all weekly flights depart. The fewest flights depart on a Saturday.

Which cabin class options are there for flights between Bristol and Dublin?

The average price of flights for each cabin class for the route found by users searching on KAYAK over the last 2 weeks.
There is only one cabin class option available for the route, which is Economy. Perform a search on KAYAK to find the latest prices and availability for all cabin fares, which differ across airlines.

How long does a flight from Bristol to Dublin take?

A direct flight to Dublin will take on average 1h 04m to travel the 205 miles flying distance from Bristol.

What’s the earliest departure time from Bristol to Dublin?

Early birds can take the earliest flight from Bristol at 05:55 and will be landing in Dublin at 07:00.

What’s the latest departure time from Bristol to Dublin?

If you prefer to fly at night, the latest flight from Bristol to Dublin jets off at 22:55 and lands at 23:59.

Good to know - Cheap tickets from Bristol to Dublin

Low season

January

High season

April

Cheapest flight

£23
Best time to beat the crowds (30% less expensive on average)
Most popular time to fly and prices are also 2% lower on average.
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When to book flights from Bristol to Dublin

Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel from Bristol to Dublin based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
Estimated return price
KAYAK looks at all historical flight data for each date to provide a predicted price for one-way trips or returns with a duration up to 40 days. While we try to provide actual minimum prices for each date, some prices are predictions and actual prices may differ.

FAQs for booking flights from Bristol to Dublin

  • Can I take my service animal on a flight from British Airways?

    British Airways will gladly accommodate your service animal for free, with a few conditions. The dog must be restrained and up to date with their documentation, You’ll need to book the dog in at the same time you book your flight, or at least 3 days before departure. Your animal will be able to comfortably sit with you during the flight.

  • What baggage allowance do I have for my baby on Ryanair?

    All babies flying with Ryanair will have a separate baggage allowance, even if they are sitting on the parent’s lap during the flight. They can get their strollers, carriers, car seats checked in for free and there is no limit to their assistive devices.

  • Does Dublin Airport (DUB) have medical facilities?

    The staff working at Dublin Airport (DUB) are trained in medical assistance to help in the event of any emergency. If there is a larger emergency that requires hospitalisation, the airport police officers will arrange an ambulance.

  • Can I find prayer rooms at Dublin Airport (DUB)?

    Dublin Airport (DUB) has a large multi-faith prayer room in Terminal 2. It provides a peaceful sanctuary for people from culturally-diverse backgrounds to have a quiet moment of reflection before or after a flight. It is open 24 hours a day.

  • Where can I get cash at Dublin Airport?

    There is an ICE Bureau de Change at the Terminal 1 Arrivals Lounge and another at the Terminal 2 Baggage Hall where you can buy/sell money or receive/send wire transfers. Bank of Ireland has branch offices at both terminals for other business matters and there are ATMs around for rapid cash withdrawals.

  • Are there any hotel accommodations at Dublin Airport?

    No, there are no onsite hotels at Dublin Airport, but there are a bunch of hotels within two miles of the airport grounds. Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport, Carlton Hotel and Radisson Blu Hotel Dublin Airport are three hotels in the vicinity, all of which offer shuttle transfers from the airport.

  • Is there a car hire centre at Dublin Airport?

    Yes. Actually, Terminals 1 and 2 each have a dedicated car hire centre for passengers’ convenience. Avis, Europcar and Enterprise are three of the global providers with offices at both terminals, where vehicles can be hired with or without a reservation.

  • What other counties are within reach from Dublin Airport?

    Dublin is the principal airport in the Republic of Ireland and the key gateway to the eastern and northern counties, as well as those in the neighbouring Northern Irish republic. From the capital city, Dublin, you have access to Tullamore (63 miles), Mullingar (46 miles) and Drogheda (31 miles).

  • What is the cheapest flight from Bristol to Dublin?

    In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Bristol to Dublin was £29 for a one-way ticket and £38 for a return.

  • Which airports will I be using when flying from Bristol to Dublin?

    Bristol airport is called Bristol and the only airport in Dublin is Dublin.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Bristol to Dublin?

    The ATR 72-201 / 202 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Bristol to Dublin flight route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from Bristol to Dublin?

    oneworld is the only airline alliance operating flights between Bristol and Dublin.

  • On which days can I fly direct from Bristol to Dublin?

    There are direct flights from Bristol to Dublin on a daily basis.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Bristol to Dublin, KLM or Aer Lingus?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Bristol to Dublin are KLM and Aer Lingus. With an average price for the route of £209 and an overall rating of 7.8, KLM is the most popular choice. Aer Lingus is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of £98 and an overall rating of 7.2.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Bristol to Dublin?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Bristol to Dublin.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Bristol to Dublin?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Dublin from Bristol is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Bristol to Dublin?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional return ticket. You could then fly to Dublin with an airline and back to Bristol with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Bristol to Dublin?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Dublin from Bristol up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from Bristol to Dublin

  • Looking for a cheap flight from Bristol to Dublin? 25% of our users found flights on this route for £75 or less one-way and £68 or less round-trip.
  • If wanting to pass through security at Bristol Airport (BRS) without having to queue, make use of the premium Fast Track service. These security passes cost a small fee per person and will ensure waiting time is kept to an absolute minimum. This service must be booked online and is exclusive to keep queues short, so book in advance.
  • Make sure your luggage is safe at all times in your trip, whether a suitcase or a larger item being placed in the hold. Visit the Departures area of Bristol Airport (BRS) and find the baggage wrap centre. Here, for a small fee per item, they will plastic wrap your items to ensure no bumps and scrapes along the way.
  • The low-cost carrier Ryanair counts both Bristol Airport (BRS) and Dublin Airport (DUB) as hubs of their air operations, and it sponsors direct flight service from Bristol to Dublin. KLM also has flights running this route, but they only offer one-stop service to Dublin.
  • Try the Bristol Airport Flyer Express bus from the Bristol city centre to Bristol Airport for an inexpensive but fast means of transport. Bus service operates every 30min most of the day and is available 24h, 7 days a week. Single fares cost around £6.50 and can be purchased online in advance.
  • For unwinding the pre-flight kinks, Bristol Airport offers two airport lounges where you can relax, wine or dine on a complimentary menu and catch up on emails while your electronic devices charge. Aspire Lounge has two locations: Aspire Lounge (approx. £25.99) at Mezzanine Floor Departures Lounge and AspirePlus Lounge (approx. £36.99) opposite the Cabin Bar, Level 1 Departures Lounge.
  • If you are a person with physical or hidden disabilities on flights out of Bristol Airport, you should know that there is a dedicated drop-off point at the Drop and Go parking area. Drop by the OCS Reception Desk near check-in counter 21 at the Arrivals Concourse, where someone can help you with check-in and guide you through security checkpoints. The airport also has a Changing Places Facility if required.
  • You can download the Bristol Airport app to your mobile device to get live flight data up to the moment of departure and alerts if flight conditions change. The app also previews any discounts on airport services like Fast Track Security, airport lounge admissions and parking rates. Airport retailers and food shops also make online promotional offers, which the app can access.
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Prefer to fly direct from Bristol to Dublin?

Find which airlines fly direct from Bristol to Dublin, which days they fly and book direct flights.

Direct departures

Bristol to Dublin

Monday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +1 more

Tuesday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +1 more

Wednesday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +1 more

Thursday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +1 more

Friday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +1 more

Saturday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +1 more

Sunday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +1 more

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Direct returns

Dublin to Bristol

Monday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Qatar Airways, +1 more

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +2 more

Tuesday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Qatar Airways, +1 more

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +2 more

Wednesday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Qatar Airways, +1 more

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +2 more

Thursday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Qatar Airways, +1 more

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +2 more

Friday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Qatar Airways, +1 more

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +2 more

Saturday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +1 more

Sunday

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Qatar Airways, +1 more

Aer Lingus, British Airways, +2 more

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Top 4 airlines serving from Bristol to Dublin

 
See real verified KAYAK customer reviews for airlines flying from Bristol to Dublin. Airline scores are aggregated from all reviews left by passengers on KAYAK after flying with an airline. KAYAK doesn’t show reviews that are older than 5 years. Learn how KAYAK collects reviews.
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7.8
KLMOverall score based on 1646 reviews
7.8boarding
7.3food
7.6comfort
8.4crew
7.3entertainment
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The food from Lagos to Amsterdam was was very poor compared to AMS-YYZ

8.0 ExcellentJacob Oluleke, Apr 2024LOS - AMS
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The food from Lagos to Amsterdam was was very poor compared to AMS-YYZ

Booked connecting flights with KlM. My serving flight was the furthest part of the airport. On arrival in Zurich. My two cases arrived but only one carry on belong to my son. His three suitcase didn't arrive. After enquiring we discovered they were still in Amsterdam. We landed at 11.12. We eventually left the airport just after one.

I thought KLM was the best airline but the Lima - Amsterdam was 1 hours late, the Brussels - Amsterdam was 2.30 hours late and the Amsterdam - Lima was 30 minutes late

no issues at all... Kudos to the food. This time was really really good

The food was ok. The crew seemed like they were cranky. I had one guy get mad at me for passing in between the storage area to get to the other toilet. I can understand if it's not allowed but reprimanding me like I'm a student saying "This is the last time!" was not appropriate. During my meal time, there was a French family around me. No problems there but when we usually have meals, they are supposed to put their chair in the upright position. These people did not do it and the steward did not tell them to raise their seat in the upright position. However, I was told to do so! So, me and another person next to me had to eat with the monitor almost touching our faces. Furthermore, a lady in front of me was putting her feet up and preventing another elder passenger from putting her seat back. To make it worse, she was continuously hitting her back into her seat, shaking my monitor while I was watching a movie. A crew member did speak to her about it but then she accused me of pushing her seat forward! The crew member gave me a death stare and told me to stop pushing the seat forward. I did not even touch her seat at all, if I did, she would know it. Her boyfriend also stood up and tried to push her seat even further past the maximum decline to no avail. None of these people were reprimanded but the steward, some bald guy, was extremely friendly with them and did not even try to instruct them to do anything until it was time to land. I resisted the urge to really argue with them because I would have obviously been seen as the aggressor (I have no idea why). I hardly said anything on this flight except "more wine please" and "sorry" if I bumped into someone accidentally. Overall, it was an annoying flight and I had to resist the urge to yell at the steward and the people he was overly friendly with. The happiest moment of this flight was leaving it.

Overall a good experience. We were disappointed when we had to check our carry on due to the plane being full. KLM hadn’t notified us and we had valuable items in the carry on but they still made us check it. Some of the food was great and some was mediocre. Crew is really kind and funny.

I travel frequently. The flight was late again... KLM should really try and be on time

The flight itself it was great nice food the crew were very nice and helpful, Checking in from Birmingham wasn't great long queues for bag dropped, And I had my hand luggage case taken away from me even though I requested to have it with me as I had breakables items. I was told I can not because of the length of the flight with no explanation at all no options was given for me to take my fragile items out of my case it was taken away with hold buggage I find the staff member who was checking me in very unpleasant !! Can we please be advise if the rules have changed about the the carry on hand luggage it will be easier to be advise on booking your tickect if we not allowed to take the hand luggage with me. Overall I had a good flight .

I requested wheel chair assistance , it was confirmed via email that inwoood get it but I didn’t get it . The last leg of my trip to Nigeria was the worst.

All and all pretty good. It’s crowded but that is what flying is all about. But no complaints otherwise.

Nice to be on a flight that wasn't fully booked so there were only two of us in the three seat row.

The only problem was there are games on the entertaiment system. The guy behind me played poker the entire time and poking the back of my seat. I hope they remove these.

Delayed due to weather... fine. But then the board us. Rows 15 and back had to go down the stairs and back up the back stair entrance to the plane. No assistance offered. Then they inform us that we are delayed for paperwork for an hour. So why did we board? Then, about 45min later they inform us that it'll be another 60-90mins. Really? No wifi, no seat entertainment, no drink or snacks offered. And we were not allowed to deboard.

Great travel. Wonderful experience. Hope to do it again in the near future. God willing

Aer Lingus doesn't have plug ins for devices at each seat. They also did not give me a dairy free meal as requested and confirmed by staff. It was as if I had not requested anything. Otherwise, they were great!

There were a lot of empty rows. As a single passenger I should not have been seated with 2 others. The WiFi didn’t work. The Kosher meal was awful.

Both flights were delayed due to maintenance issues. Because they where late boarding all four of our bags where left behind on our last connecting flight.

Aer Lingus interior is not the cleanest. I've seen crumbs on the seat and wrappers on the floor when I boarded

Flightl was good and on time. Only problem was the quality of the air in the cabin,didn’t appear to be clearing the air circulation.

The transatlantic flight was wonderful. The regional reminded me of jet blue. Crazy and packed. Not enough overhead space and tough on elderly.

What can you say Ryanair get you there,no frills Not so cheap anymore ..... but what is now days! Would use again as always. Good flight times for us.

Very unpleasant staff, disgusting service, ignoring requests, refusal to help

Late again rude staff at gate bullying passengers made us stand in the cold 3degrees for 40 mins before they let us board

The usual average Ryanair flight, but we landed 20 min before due time, which was very good.

The flight boarded and departed Venice on time (more or less), the cabin crew were super friendly and efficient, the flight crew kept us informed of progress, and the flight arrived early in Dublin. All in all, this flight was as close to perfect as is possible to achieve. Well done, Ryanair. The fact that Ryanair aircraft arrive and depart from gates that are in the back of beyond in Dublin's Terminal 1 is a bummer - in terms of the length of the walk need on both ends of a return flight. But I suspect that this is not Ryanair's fault

Enjoyed our flight with Ryanair to Arrecife. Flight boarded pretty much on time, crew were welcoming and very good. Generally good for a frequent low cost flight, Seats could however have been more comfortable.

I wouldn't like to fly with them anymore, I don't like their service, you can hardly take carry-on luggage because they charge you for everything, you can't ask for a glass of water, and the flight attendant tells you that they don't have any, that you have to Paying 3 euros for a bottle of water horrible, I don't recommend it, and they don't have anything low cost, because the plane ticket may not be expensive but what they charge you later for the rest, the flight becomes more expensive, it's the only airline that I don't like it so far, and I traveled a lot.

On time but no water , milk or refreshments of any kind on board. Which is poor, especially with children and elderly on board. Toilets filthy,

Staff were friendly and flight was on time. Free drink and snacks would have been appreciated.

The boarding process was fast and easy , but the airport sign was not up on the board, so it was hard to know the correct gate , on the airplane there was NO Snacks and NO water …. Everything needs to be purchase …. It’s not worthy for the price we paid !

The crew was very attentive and kept busy serving a variety of treats!

Terrible. Missed my flight to final destination because of delayed British Airways flight. Had to spend 12 hours in airport and $1500 for new plane tickets

The crew on board were all very pleasant and happy to help. The flight had the old business class seats. The departure board in the business lounge did not update and kept on saying ' gate open' but never said boarding. When I got nervous about the departure time and walked to the gate I was told off rudely for being late.

Offered vegetable curry when it was actually tofu which I don’t care for.

The flight was good the crew excellent…but take off delayed three hours!!!

The boarding process was a disaster. No one respects the boarding groups—tired old aeroplane. There are no sockets to charge phones. The cushion seats are ancient and hurts back and gluts

Check in process was unfamiliar. While receiving assistance the employees supervisor berated him for not walking the area. Lucky for us, he ignored her and helped us check in. Did not know about the baggage fees with economy basic and spent 450 GBP (nearly$600) just on bags for a total of less than 2 hours flying time (50 minutes one way) on a round trip lasting less than 3 days. Customers check their own bags at kiosk and place on conveyor themselves. No reason for such an high cost of checking bags when customers do half the work. Some destinations it’s unavoidable, but will definitely seek other airlines before British Airways for future travel. Astronomically high price for bags. Our first experience flying British Airways and very, very disappointed. Completely overpriced for the services we received.

Check in process was unfamiliar. While receiving assistance the employees supervisor berated him for not walking the area. Lucky for us, he ignored her and helped us check in. Did not know about the baggage fees with economy basic and spent 450 GBP (nearly$600) just on bags for a total of less than 2 hours flying time (50 minutes one way) on a round trip lasting less than 3 days. Astronomically high price for bags. Our first experience flying British Airways and very disappointed. Completely overpriced for the service we received.

Both mine and my husband's chairs were broken. Also it took 2 hours to get our bags after our flight which was wild.

Having traveled from Canada through Seattle -London-Edinburgh with only carry on ( to keep trip uncomplicated ) We had to check our hand luggage at the gate as flight was full This was really annoying since due to their late flight in from Seattle we’d missed our orginal flight to Edinburgh and had been put on a flight four hours later We had no checked luggage with no need to go to the baggage carousel Very annoying

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Cheapest flights to Dublin from Bristol found in 2024

Recent one-way flight deals

 
Only flying one-way? Below are some of the best one-way flight deals from Bristol to Dublin found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
3/5Fri
directRyanair
1h 05mBRS-DUB
£23
12/7Fri
directRyanair
1h 05mBRS-DUB
£27
5/8Mon
directRyanair
1h 05mBRS-DUB
£31
27/6Thu
directAer Lingus
1h 20mBRS-DUB
£51
12/8Mon
directAer Lingus
1h 20mBRS-DUB
£53
2/5Thu
1 stop
11h 35mBRS-DUB
£71
23/4Tue
1 stop
14h 40mBRS-DUB
£75
26/8Mon
1 stopSWISS
13h 10mBRS-DUB
£111
1/6Sat
1 stopKLM
8h 40mBRS-DUB
£122
4/5Sat
1 stopKLM
4h 55mBRS-DUB
£232

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Last minute flights from Bristol to Dublin

Last minute flight, train and bus deals

 
These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights from Bristol to Dublin that are departing in the next 10 days.
19/4Fri
directRyanair
1h 05mBRS-DUB
23/4Tue
directRyanair
1h 05mDUB-BRS
£46
20/4Sat
directRyanair
1h 05mBRS-DUB
22/4Mon
directRyanair
1h 05mDUB-BRS
£48
20/4Sat
directRyanair
1h 05mBRS-DUB
21/4Sun
directRyanair
1h 05mDUB-BRS
£54
19/4Fri
directRyanair
1h 05mBRS-DUB
21/4Sun
directRyanair
1h 05mDUB-BRS
£65
22/4Mon
multi-stop
14h 55mBRS-DUB
25/4Thu
direct
1h 15mDUB-BRS
£102
19/4Fri
directAer Lingus
1h 20mBRS-DUB
21/4Sun
directAer Lingus
1h 15mDUB-BRS
£129
23/4Tue
multi-stop
14h 25mBRS-DUB
27/4Sat
direct
1h 15mDUB-BRS
£138
19/4Fri
multi-stop
13h 35mBRS-DUB
23/4Tue
direct
1h 15mDUB-BRS
£150
20/4Sat
multi-stop
18h 10mBRS-DUB
27/4Sat
direct
1h 15mDUB-BRS
£168
19/4Fri
multi-stopSWISS
17h 10mBRS-DUB
21/4Sun
multi-stopSWISS
22h 05mDUB-BRS
£323

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Bristol - Dublin Flights

Departure:

Bristol (BRS)United Kingdom

Destination:

Dublin (DUB)Ireland

Return flight deals:

Dublin - Bristol

Cabin classes:

£1,847
£2,194
£31

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