Travel from Dublin to Stafford-England

Flights from Dublin to Stafford

British Airways, Aer Lingus and Ryanair fly from Dublin to Stafford every 2 hours.

How to get from Dublin to Stafford

From Dublin car ferry to Holyhead, train to Crewe, then train to Stafford. 6 h 55 min £113. From Dublin car ferry to Bootle, walk to Seaforth, Riversdale Road, bus to Queen Square Bus Station, walk to Liverpool Lime Street, then train to Stafford. 10 h 35 min £127. From Dublin car ferry to Bootle, walk to Seaforth, Riversdale Road, bus to Bootle New Strand, train to Liverpool South Parkway, then train to Stafford. 10 h 48 min £111. From Dublin car ferry to Holyhead, Summer Hill (Market Buildings), bus to Bangor, Gwynedd, bus to Flint, Ship (Ship PH), line 11 bus to Chester, train to Crewe, then train to Stafford. 11 h 11 min £75. From Dublin car ferry to Holyhead then drive to Stafford. 5 h 50 min £55. From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to Liverpool airport, bus to Liverpool South Parkway, then train to Stafford. 4 h 13 min £61. From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to Manchester airport, train to Crewe, then train to Stafford. 4 h 18 min £62. From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to Birmingham airport, train to Birmingham New Street, then train to Stafford. 4 h 30 min £93. From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to East Midlands airport, bus to Derby, train to Tamworth, then train to Stafford. 6 h 7 min £80. From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to Bristol airport, bus to Bristol Temple Meads, then train to Stafford. 6 h 47 min £116. From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to Leeds Bradford airport, line 757 bus to Leeds, train to Manchester Piccadilly, then train to Stafford. 6 h 58 min £99.