Fly to Dublin
It has never been easier or less expensive to travel to Dublin. GIREP-ICPC-EPEC 2017 at Dublin City University is approximately ten minutes from Dublin Airport by taxi. Dublin Airport is one of the busiest in Europe, with hundreds of daily flights providing a huge range of options to get here.
Direct flights are available from most major cities in the UK and continental Europe, several hubs in North America, and the Gulf cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Connecting hubs link with further flights from all over the world, providing for easy access to the Irish capital.
Dublin Airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 is the arrival and departure point for airlines including Ryanair, Air France, Flybe.com, Germanwings, Iberia, Lufthansa, Norwegian and SAS. Terminal 2 is the hub for Emirates, Etihad and transatlantic flights by American Airlines, US Airways, United Airlines, Delta, Air Canada and Aer Lingus (Ireland’s national airline, whose UK and continental flights are also based in T2).
Dublin Airport is 10km from the city centre. It’s located close to the M50 and M1 motorways, and a range of transport options connect directly with the city centre and suburbs. Aircoach, Airlink and Dublin Bus provide bus services from both terminals to the city centre, and metered taxis are also readily available.