There is 1 way to get from Dublin to Isle of Islay by plane

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Fly  •  6 h 16 min

  1. Fly from Dublin (DUB) to Islay (ILY) DUB - ILY

$109 - $568

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The cheapest way to get from Dublin to Isle of Islay is to fly which costs 95€ - 500€ and takes 6 h 16 min.

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The quickest way to get from Dublin to Isle of Islay is to fly which costs 95€ - 500€ and takes 6 h 16 min.

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The distance between Dublin and Isle of Islay is 273 km.

It takes approximately 6 h 16 min to get from Dublin to Isle of Islay, including transfers.

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The nearest airport to Isle of Islay is Islay (ILY) Airport which is 11.3 km away. Other nearby airports include Derry (LDY) (101.1 km), Glasgow/Prestwick (PIK) (106.6 km), Glasgow (GLA) (113.2 km) and Belfast (Aldergrove) (BFS) (124.9 km).

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Map of how to get from Dublin to Isle of Islay.
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  • Distance: 170.4 miles
  • Duration: 6 h 16 min

What companies run services between Dublin, Ireland and Isle of Islay, Scotland?

Aer Lingus, Loganair and British Airways fly from Dublin to Isle of Islay twice daily.

Airlines
British Airways
Website
britishairways.com
Flights from Dublin to Islay via Glasgow
Ave. Duration
4 h 25 min
When
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday
Estimated price
$95 - $550
Flights from Dublin to Islay via London Heathrow, Glasgow
Ave. Duration
6 h 25 min
When
Monday to Friday
Estimated price
$180 - $800

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