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According to this site - http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Transit%20Visas India is not in the list of countries which require transit visa. So you would not need one to transit through Dublin. Check if you need a transit visa Nationals of the states or territorial entities listed below are subject to an Irish transit visa requirement. Afghanistan, ...


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If you are able to enter Iceland, which is part of the Schengen Area, you are also able to enter all other parts of the Schengen Area - unless you are in some very unusual circumstances. There are direct, year-round flights to Iceland from Paris, Munich, Frankfurt, Copenhagen and Amsterdam amongst others. For example, the cheapest flight to Rejkjavik from ...


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Dublin Airport isn't that busy at all. Apparently there is a separate line for Transfers. As you are not changing the airliner I don't see any problem. If you are holding EU Passport then the queue will clear off very quickly.


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According to the tourism board of Iceland, both Iceland Air and WOW Air have seasonal (so not during the whole year) direct flights between Dublin and Reykjavik. A Skyscanner search shows that unfortunately there is no direct flight during the month of December 2015 (or that flights have not been published yet, so that might be worth checking ~3 months ...



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