Thinking about flying from Dublin to Manchester? Find out everything you need to know your cheap flights from Dublin to Manchester her
Dublin Airport Overview
Here is an overview of Dublin Airport and what to expect after you’ve booked your Dublin to Manchester flights. Dublin Airport has two terminals and two main runways. This airport handles over 29 million people annually. This airport is easily accessible by public transport from the city centre.
Dublin Airport is located just off the M1 and the M50 10 km (6.2 mi) north from the city centre and 2 km (1.2 mi) south of the town of Swords. There is no rail link from Dublin city centre, and the public transport options to the airport are taxis, buses and private transport. More than 700 buses a day service Dublin Airport. In Dublin city, Dublin Bus is the main provider of transport to and from the airport operating Airlink Express routes 747 and 757 to the city centre terminus of Busáras and the railway stations of Dublin Connolly and Dublin Heuston. There are also public service buses routes such as 16,16c, 41, 41b and 102.
Manchester Airport Overview
Manchester Airport is located 13km away from Manchester city centre and is the third busiest airport in the UK. If you’re coming from Manchester city centre, there’s a wide variety of public transport options to get to the airport. Trains from Manchester Airport to Manchester Piccadilly station in the city centre take around 20 minutes. They run every 10 minutes, 7 days a week, through train operators TransPennine Express and Northern Rail. Meanwhile, you can travel to just about anywhere in the UK from Manchester Piccadilly. Manchester Airport is linked to the city centre by a 24-hour Stagecoach bus service and many different public service routes such as the 5, 18, 19, 43 and many others.
What to Expect on arrival at Manchester?
After you arrive on your cheap flights to Manchester from Dublin, you’ll find the weather is quite similar to Dublin. July is the hottest month in Manchester with an average temperature of 16°C (61°F), while the coldest month is January at 4°C. There are many different attractions around Manchester such as the Museum of Science and Industry, National Football Museum, Chinatown and Manchester Cathedral.
Five fun facts about Manchester
From Dublin to Manchester: Practical Information
When you fly Dublin to Manchester you’ll need to prepare a few things before you travel. Before getting your Dublin to Manchester flights you’ll want to change currency from euros to pounds. Planning to rent a car for the duration of your time in Manchester? You’ll find great deals at Ryanair Car Hire.
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