Dublin Airport: Cheap Aer Lingus and Ryanair flights to Spain, Portugal, Italy and more

We take a look at the cheapest flights from Dublin Airport to the Mediterranean on offer this week.

While the hot weather should end abruptly in the next few days, it’s the perfect time to go to the Mediterranean to catch some sun.

You’ll want to give yourself plenty of time to get through security, as ongoing passenger delays are reported.

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Today Ryanair advised passengers passing through Dublin Airport to arrive three and a half hours before their flight. The airline said the reason for the change in policy was due to a lack of Dublin Airport Authority security personnel.

It used to be normal to arrive two hours before departure time.

If you can handle the long lines, here are the cheapest flights you can book right now:


Ryanair is currently running a ‘Summer Sizzler’ sale with destinations across Europe included.

You must book by April 6 and have flight dates between April 1 and June 30 to take advantage of the sale.

Here are some of the destinations included in the sale, with all prices listed being one-way.

  • Carcassonne – €7.99
  • Dubrovnik – €9.99
  • Menorca – €9.99
  • Verona – €9.99
  • Cagliari – €12.99
  • Biarritz – €14.99
  • Maroon – €14.99
  • Barcelona Reus – €19.99
  • Naples – €20.09
  • Malaga – €21.49

Click on here to see all these offers and the rest of the destinations included in this Ryanair sale.

Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus is also running a sale from Dublin Airport with up to 20% off flights and €20 off checked bags for travel between 1 April and 30 June and booked before March 28.

As with the Ryanair sale, all prices are one way.

Destinations include:

  • Barcelona – €39.39
  • Bilbao – €36.19
  • Rome -€39.39
  • Toulouse -€36.19
  • Maroon – €35.39
  • Pleasant – €36.19
  • Lisbon – €36.19
  • Verona -€45.79
  • Málaga – €44.19
  • Prague – €40.99

To see all destinations included in the Aer Lingus sale, click here. But hurry to finish today, March 28th.

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