Dublin Airport, Ireland

Dublin Airport is Ireland’s busiest airport and it consists of two terminals. Passengers may travel between terminals via a sheltered walkway. The airport handles both domestic and international flights.

All travellers are welcome to use the Dublin Airport Executive Lounges located in both terminals, for a fee of €20. There are a wide range of facilities such as cosy rest areas, complimentary snacks and beverages, newspapers and magazines for reading, on top of a business centre with internet access. Free Wi-Fi is also available throughout the entire airport, and travellers may connect to the Wi-Fi via their mobile phones, laptops or other Wi-Fi-enabled electronic devices. Those who do not possess their own device may visit the internet kiosks where there are computers available.

The Postal Service Centre is where travellers can buy stamps and labels, so they may post items around the world. Visitors may perform financial transactions at the banks located within the airport, which are open from Monday to Friday. There are bureaux de change stations for travellers who need to exchange some foreign currency, and ATM machines that dispense cash for travellers' use as well.

Left luggage facilities are available, and travellers may store their luggage at the airport short-term or long-term. Prices vary according to luggage size and duration that bags will be stored. Baggage trolleys are free for passengers to use around the airport.

The Loop, the main shopping district of the airport, provides passengers with a wide variety of goods and items. Goods on the shelf include perfume, cosmetics, snacks, gifts, souvenirs, jewellery, luxury products as well as a newsagent selling books and games. There are also many bars and restaurants at the airport. Famous brand names such as Starbucks, Burger King and McDonald's have set up outlets at the Dublin Airport. Travellers may sit down for a proper meal at the grill or pick up quick bites such as salads and sandwiches. There is also a pharmacy to pick up medicine, or other beauty and travel products.

IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 1 August 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Dublin Airport website for the latest update of the following information.

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 Getting To & From the Airport

Driving hide 

Parking is available at the airport. Travellers who wish to drive themselves may also rent cars from the car rental companies operating at the airport.

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There are buses taking travellers between the airport and other destinations around the city, as well as areas outside Dublin. Passengers may plan their journey via Ireland's public transport network by downloading the Journey Planner application on their smartphones.

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Taxis are available at the taxi ranks outside the terminal and fares should be charged according to the meter.

 Who flies to Dublin

 Airport Contact Details

Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport,
Co. Dublin,

Tel:+353 (0)1 8141111
Fax:+353 (0)1 8144364


Dublin Airport Authority plc (DAA)

 Location Details

Longitude:6° 15' 7'' W
Latitude:53° 25' 57'' N

 Airport Location

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