Arriving in Dublin

Book your flights to Dublin with Etihad Airways and prepare for an experience unlike any other.

Plan Your Dublin Visit

Travel to Dublin and immerse yourself in the Irish culture and history. Just walking round the city you will discover significant landmarks, from the Ha’Penny Bridge and Samuel Beckett Bridge, both with beautiful views over the Liffey River, to the Famine Memorial and Garden of Remembrance. The city is also home to the Chester Beatty Library, with its astounding collection of rare books, scrolls, miniatures, and manuscripts. You can also visit the historic Abbey Theatre, still home to the National Theatre of Ireland where the famous Irish playwright Sean O’Casey, and famous Irish poet W.B. Yeats made their debut.

The Irish climate can be unpredictable, with the spring and autumn seasons often wet and variable. The best time to visit Dublin is during the summer months when it is warmer and everything is in full bloom. Book your tickets to Dublin in advance to take advantage of the best offers. Planning your visit during the off season allows you to find cheaper hotels. Visit the Deals section on our website for the best flight deals for travel to Dublin.

Flying from Adelaide

Book your flights from Adelaide with Etihad Airways and relax knowing that you will arrive at your destination in comfort. Etihad Airways, with its ten years of experience in the industry, knows what it takes to make your trip perfect in every way.

Major Airports in Adelaide

Adelaide International Airport (ADL) is the main airport in the city. The facilities handle more than seven million travellers every year, through both national and international flights. Located just 6km west of Adelaide, is the modern facility that is easy to navigate and has all of the typical services for travellers, including numerous shops offering Australian brands.

Airport Transportation in Adelaide

The most economical option is to take a bus to Adelaide International Airport. The lines that connect the airport with the city are the J1 and J2. Additionally, there is a special train to Adelaide Airport that connects to the metro stations Glenelg, West Beach and the city centre.

Alternatively, if you are in a hurry or are travelling with lots of luggage, you can take to take a taxi to Adelaide International Airport. Their prices are fairly inexpensive because the city is very close.

Choose Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, for flights from Adelaide to Dublin on which you will be travelling in comfort and style. 

Etihad Offices in Australia

Sydney, Australia
Level 36
Aurora Place
88 Phillip St, NSW 2000
1300 532 215
sydtkt@etihad.ae
Monday - Friday 0900 - 1700 / Closed Saturday/Sunday & Public Holidays
Brisbane, Australia
Under Road Offices, Level 1
Brisbane International Terminal
Brisbane Airport QLD 4007
1300 532 215
bnetkt@etihad.ae
Mon-Fri 09:00am?? 17:00pm / Sat, Sun & public holidays - Closed
Melbourne, Australia
Level 25
140 William Street
VIC 3000
1300 532 215
meltkt@etihad.ae
Monday - Friday 0900 - 1700 / Closed Saturday/Sunday/Public Holidays

Etihad Office in Ireland

Dublin, Ireland
+353 1 871 6401