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Best way to get to London from Dublin
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It looks like I wll be flying into Dublin, and want to go to London next, what would the cheapest or best way to do this be? Flying or taking a ferry? How long and how expensive will it be? Thanks

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Fly for sure.  The ferry would be such a waste of time, unless you have the time to spend.

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And of course, in general the earlier you buy the tickets, the cheaper generally.
I believe the two airlines on this route are Ryanair and BMI – but check www.whichbudget.com .

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Ba(lhr and lgw) and Aer lingus also fly the route and sometimes can be very close to what atleast bmi offers. Ryanair is generally the cheapest but the other 3 are worth checking out.
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howie

I am leaving from nyc with $2000 for 8 days
London, Leeds, Manchester