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Things to know about Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport (DUB) is not only Ireland’s largest airport but is also home to Ryanair and Air Lingus. Located just north of the Irish capital, this charming airport handles nearly 28 million passengers a year. There is a lot to see and do at Dublin Airport, and its facilities make travelling and relaxing a lot easier. Are you looking for cheap flights to Dublin, Ireland? Travelgenio.uk has the cheapest flight tickets to Dublin. Book today, and let us get you to this beautiful old city.

Facilities at the Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport has various restaurants and bars. Dublin Airport has more than 25 hotspots for eating, drinking and shopping. Shop to your heart’s content in the indoor shopping paradise just after you’re with enjoying some tasty delicacies and Irish Whiskey. The airport also has free wifi for you to surf the internet and keep in touch with loved ones. There are also airport lounges if you prefer to relax and wait for your connecting flight or be picked up by loved ones.

Dublin Airport has two terminals, namely the older Terminal 1 and the new Terminal 2. The boarding gates of Terminal 1 can be found in Pier D (Gates 100), Pier A (Gates 200) and Pier B (Gates 300), the boarding Gates of Terminal 2 are located in Pier E (Gates 400). The terminals of Dublin Airport are interconnected; Ryanair uses Terminal 1, and Aer Lingus uses Terminal 2.

Where is the Dublin Airport located?

Dublin Airport is located 10 kilometres north of Dublin city. Thanks to its location on the M1 highway, travellers can easily drive onto the highway from the airport and be in the centre within 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the destination in the centre. Belfast is also relatively close at about 160 kilometres.

How do I get from Dublin Airport to the city centre?

The airport is located about 10 kilometres from the Dublin city centre. The easiest and cheapest way to travel from Dublin Airport to the city centre is to take one of the Airlink Express buses. Airlink’s double-decker buses will take you from the airport to Dublin city centre in about 20 to 30 minutes.

In addition to the Airlink Express buses, regular public transport buses also run from Dublin Airport to the city centre. There are more than 700 buses per day to and from the airport. The disadvantage of the normal bus routes is that they make more stops to the centre than the Airlink Express 747 and 757 bus lines, which means your bus ride takes longer. If you don’t feel like travelling by Airlink Express bus or public transport, you can opt for a taxi. There is a taxi stand at both terminals 1 and 2.

Can I park at Dublin Airport?

Three parking garages can be used for short-term and long-term parking close to Dublin Airport. Terminals 1 and 2 house various parking garages for short-term parking. Just a little further from the airport are some Long Term parking spaces. It is nice that a shuttle bus runs 24 hours a day between these parking garages and the airport. For rates and more information, check out our airport parking page.

Which airlines fly to and from Dublin Airport?

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Other information about Dublin Airport

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If you’re travelling to Ireland on business or don’t feel like travelling a long way before or after your flight, a hotel near the airport is always a good idea. There are various hotels around Dublin airport, and they all offer clean and comfortable rooms at affordable prices.

The DoDublin Card is Dublin’s “all-in-one sightseeing and transport ticket” and is ideal if you stay in the city for a few days. This travel pass gives you unlimited access to the Airlink airport bus, Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and public buses for 72 hours. In addition, you can visit The Little Museum of Dublin for free during your city trip.

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