Flying from the Irish capital to Malta International airport? With a flight time of less than 4 hours, Chevron will get you to the heart of the Mediterranean in no time at all. Here’s what you need to know if you’re travelling from Dublin Airport for a winter break or sun soaked summer holiday.
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Getting To Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport is incredibly busy all year round, with a great location 5 miles north of the city. It is also easy to get to the airport thanks to high quality transport links. The M1 and M50 run by the airport making car travel very convenient. Both short and long term parking is available at the airport.
Dublin is a bus heavy city and there are many dedicated bus routes from the capital, and other main cities. If you’re travelling from the city centre you can take the Busaras 747 route direct, or take an Aircoach from the heart of O’Connell Street. These are your best options if you’re travelling by train via the city centre and are stopping at Dublin Connolly or Dublin Heuston railway station.
At The Airport
Dublin Airport has a lot to offer, and all our flights to Malta are with Ryanair whose main departure point is in Terminal 1. In terms of what cuisine is on offer, there are the usual airport staples such as McDonalds, Burger King and Starbucks, as well as local cuisine such from The Garden Terrace, Butler’s Chocolate Café and JUMP Juice bar.
The airport also has its own mini mall / duty free section in the form of The Loop, selling products including designer brands and last minute holiday essentials.
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When You Arrive
When your flight lands at Malta International airport, you’ll be able to get to your hotel / resort in no time at all. Dedicated bus routes and transfers to resorts will make your commute as convenient as possible. You can also hire a car if you want to make your own way around Malta during your stay.