Dublin Airport

Picking Your Terminal

There are two terminals to choose from. Terminal 1 handles all of Dublin's regional and short-haul flights while Terminal 2 deals with transatlantic and European flights. The terminals are connected by a covered walkway and both have plenty of transport links and shopping options to choose from.

Getting To And From The Airport

Dublin Airport is conveniently located only 10 km north of Dublin city centre, so it's very easy to get to and from. There are frequent bus services in and out of Dublin and, while the airport doesn’t have it's own train station, there are connecting buses to both of the city centre's main stations. Hire car facilities are also available at the airport, as are taxi ranks, and parking spaces are plentiful.

Dublin Airport's Most Popular Flights

Dublin Airport is extremely popular with business travellers and UK holiday makers, with over 100 flights to London's Heathrow and more than 50 to Gatwick every week. It also offers flights to plenty of European hotspots, with Amsterdam and Paris being particular favourites with Ireland's holidaymakers.

Airlines Servicing Dublin Airport

The busiest airline servicing Dublin Airport is Aer Lingus, which offers more than 500 flights to approximately 50 different destinations every week. However, there are more than 60 airlines regularly flying in and out of Dublin Airport, including Ryanair, British Airways and Delta

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 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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