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Cheap round-trip flights to Sutton

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Flights to Sutton

To get to the charming coastal town of Sutton you will need to book a flight into Dublin airport. From there it’s just a short journey eastwards towards the picturesque Dublin Bay where the suburb of Sutton sits at the base of Howth Head and the peninsula.

The road to Sutton from the airport bypasses the urban city centre of Dublin so you could be enjoying the charms of the town not long after your flight lands.

How to Get to Sutton

Dublin buses run from the airport to Sutton station on the 102 route or it is a just a short drive out of the city towards the R809 before heading down the R106 coastal road to Sutton.

To save time you can arrange your car hire through Expedia, with the chance of getting a great deal and hitting the road soon after your flight lands.

Taxis are also available directly outside both terminals and a taxi dispatcher will be on hand at either rank if you require any further information or assistance.

Facilities at Dublin Airport

Dublin is the busiest airport in Ireland – and one of the ten busiest in Europe – boasting a variety of shops, bars and restaurants to start or finish off your holiday in great style.

There’s a range of internationally renowned outlets in The Loop – the main shopping area in the airport – as well as cafes and restaurants catering for all tastes, from sandwiches and cakes to oysters and champagne.

All the other conveniences that travellers expect, such as ATMs and exchange kiosks, are easily located to make your holiday as simple as possible.

If you’re planning to take the chance to visit the main shopping areas of Dublin before your flight, the airport is conveniently only around five miles north of the city centre, near the M50 and M1 motorways.

Flights and Airlines

Dublin airport serves an average of 60,000 customers a day, rising to 80,000 in the peak summer season with over 50 airlines flying to over 170 different locations. Some of the main flight routes coming into Dublin airport are from London with around 640 weekly flights between the two cities.

Flights from other UK destinations such as Birmingham and Manchester are also very popular, as are long haul destinations such as New York.

Dublin airport is also one of only two European airports offering United States border preclearance services making your flights in and out even quicker.