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Reviewed on Nov 20, 2018
Reviewed on Jan 2, 2019
The only issue I had was I gate checked my carry on in Dublin and did not arrive in Milan, my final destination. Everything else was above and beyond my expectations.
Very nice staff.
Make sure to check in to your flight early or you might get stuck in the very last row, right next to the restroom for 7 hours, both ways. Unless of course, you enjoy reaching over to close the door every time someone leaves it open, which was a lot. Otherwise, I have no complaints about my flights with them.
did not like not being able to reach lights etc over head in center seat.
Flight was good. Seats are small but that’s the norm for airlines now. Plenty of food throughout the flight. Friendly staff
|Number of Daily Flights||12|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Dec 6|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Dec 6|
|Popular Airlines||British Airways|
Drivers tend to take either the Van Wyck Expressway or the Belt Parkway for easy access to New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). If you would rather take public transport from NYC, subways and buses leaving from various locations around the city will bring you to the Jamaica and Howard Beach stations where you can catch the AirTrain directly to your airport terminal.
Most flights from JFK leave late afternoon or early evening for a morning or noon arrival in Dublin Airport (DUB) after a 7-to-9-nine-hour flight. Take the bus, a coach or taxi into Dublin once you’ve arrived.
For a simple cultural day, the Kilmainham Gaol is a popular historic jail that is sure to mesmerize. If you’d rather stay outside, St. Stephen’s Green is a beautiful, serene location meant to inspire and enlighten.
Beer drinkers will appreciate touring the Guinness Storehouse, and children will be enthralled at Dublin Zoo. Of course, no trip to Dublin would be complete without a visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
One of the best features of Dublin is the consistent mild temperatures year-round, with summers in the 60s and 70s and winters only reaching the 40s Fahrenheit. The south side of Dublin is a common area for visitors to find a hotel, as it’s known to be safe, comfortable and with plenty to do within walking distance.