Direct flights last about 0h 45min.
Direct flights are available 7 days a week.
Direct flights: Ryanair (FR), Blue Air (0B), Wizz Air (W6).
Liverpool is an English city and metropolitan borough with an estimated population of 491,500. It is known to be the birthplace of the Beatles, an English rock group formed in 1960. In 2004, the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City was inscribed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The city offers a great number of cultural facilities, including national museums, listed buildings, and art galleries in abundance. It is also known for Premier League football clubs Liverpool and Everton and the famous Anfield stadium. Liverpudlians are perceived as the kindest and the most friendly people in the UK so you can expect a warm welcome when you arrive in Liverpool.
Why visit Liverpool?
Liverpool is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway from Ireland. Air tickets are cheap and the flight usually takes less than an hour. Moreover, there are so many attractions throughout the city that all types of travelers will appreciate. Do not look further - book your cheap flight from Ireland to Liverpool with eSky to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this city! Although most people associate Liverpool with the Beatles, there is more beyond it that will make you book your cheap flight to Liverpool now. Discover the city's historic heart, Albert Dock, which houses, for instance, Merseyside Maritime Museum or the Tate Liverpool with modern and contemporary art as well as many bars and restaurants. Visit Liverpool ONE shopping centre with high-street and designer fashion boutiques, or Walker Art Gallery and see its large art collections. The British Music experience that showcases the history of British Music throughout decades and the interior of the majestic Liverpool Cathedral are worth exploring as well. You can also take a walk along River Mersey or stroll in one of many beautiful gardens and parks than can be found there. Liverpool's food scene is remarkable, too. It offers diverse cuisine from sleek fine dining to street food and, of course, the original scouse. There is also a myriad of attractions related to the Beatles, such as Cavern Club where the band became popular to the UK audience, The Blue Angel Night Club at which the Beatles played in the 60s, or the world's largest Beatles exhibition that is Beatles Story. Liverpool has also a vibrant nightlife with pubs, bars, and nightclubs to party. Just book a cheap hotel along with your ticket as a package using the Flight+Hotel search engine, save up to 30% the price and experience all of it.
Cheap direct flights from Ireland to Liverpool
Non-stop flights from Ireland to Liverpool are operated from Knock, Dublin, and Cork. The shortest flights are, however, served from Dublin Airport. The average duration of the flight from Dublin to Liverpool is 50 minutes. It takes only 20 minutes more to get to Liverpool from Knock and Cork though. The carrier offering direct flights on the Ireland-Liverpool route is Ryanair. This airline offers three fare types to suit all types of travelers. These are Plus, Family Plus, and Flexi Plus. If you are looking for cheap flights from Ireland to Liverpool, you will probably choose the former, which is the most inexpensive option. The Plus fare comes with a 20kg check-in bag, Priority & 2 Cabin Bags and a reserved standard seat which is enough for a Liverpool getaway. To search and compare cheap flights from Ireland to Liverpool, enter the city you will depart from (Knock, Dublin or Cork), choose your travel dates and the number of passengers, then click “Search”. The eSky cheap travel search tool will show you a wide range of flights from Ireland to Liverpool, including promotions. You can sort the results by price, travel duration or choose the recommended option. To find cheap flights faster, you can avail of the filters that will suggest to you choices fitting in your criteria, for instance, you can tick your preferred departure hours if you cannot be flexible.
Fly to Liverpool on the cheap and stress-free with additional eSky services
When you book your cheap flight ticket from Ireland to Liverpool with eSky, you can also find some great deals on hotels in Liverpool, purchase insurance and rent a car at a lower price. You can even have check-in done by our specialists for peace of mind.
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Be notified of the changes in the prices of cheap flights from Ireland to Liverpool by email so that you no longer need to spend long hours on the Internet browsing different websites in the hope that you will find your bargain flight to Liverpool. Just set a price alert to monitor the changing prices of flights from Ireland to Liverpool and the system will do all the work for you.
Best time to visit Liverpool with the eSky price calendar
At the bottom of the website, you will find the "Price calendars" option that will enable you to find the cheapest days to travel from Ireland to Liverpool on a budget. It is an easy tool that will let you view the prices of flights from Ireland to Liverpool several months ahead and find the real bargain.
How to prepare for your cheap flight to Liverpool?
You do not need a passport to fly from Ireland to Liverpool, an identity document will suffice if you are traveling within the UK. As boarding for your flight from Ireland to Liverpool closes 20 minutes before departure, remember to have your valid travel document and boarding pass ready and arrive at the airport early enough for the peace of mind. Make sure your bags fit in the maximum baggage allowance.
The airport in Liverpool
Liverpool John Lennon Airport, opened in 1933, serves scheduled domestic, European, and North African flights. Originally Speke Airport, it was named after John Lennon of the Beatles in 2001. In 20018, it handled more than 5 million passengers. The busiest routes operated from the airport include Belfast, Dublin, Alicante, Malaga, Isle of Man, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Amsterdam, Faro, and Jersey. The following airlines operate flights out of the airport: Adria Airways, Blue Air, easyJet, Flybe, Lauda, Ryanair, Widerøe, and Wizz Air. Passengers arriving at Liverpool John Lennon Airport can go on a shopping spree to World Duty Free and many other shops selling travel essentials, electronics, books, and magazines as well as health and beauty products or sportswear. There are also many places to eat and drink before the flight. Parents traveling with kids can use baby changing facilities and a dedicated feeding room or dine at one of many restaurants offering child-friendly menus. Passengers who need special assistance can pre-book it by contacting the airline they are traveling with up to 48 hours in advance of their flight. The airport offers short- and long-stay parking options. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is well-connected to other cities thanks to bus lines running to and from the airport; ArrivaClick, an on-demand minibus service that enables passengers traveling in the same direction to share ride; car travelling from the North West, North Wales and beyond via the motorway network; Liverpool South Parkway links the airport with Cheshire, Manchester, Yorkshire, the North East, East Midlands, West Midlands.