Dublin Airport Informational Guide to Dublin Airport (DUB) - Non Official

Dublin Airport (DUB)

Find the most important information about Dublin Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Dublin Airport. Plan your travel to DUB Airport with the information provided in this guide.

 

Dublin Airport is a hub for Aer Lingus and a focus city for Ryanair. 

 

Dublin Airport registered a total flow of 31,495,604 passengers in 2018.

Terminals + info

Dublin Airport has two passenger terminals as follows:
Terminal 1
Terminal 2

Facilities and Services + info

Dublin Airport offers the following services to passengers:

- Bank branch
- Pharmacy
- Information counters
- Free Wi-Fi connection
- Luggage claim
- Wheel-chair renting service
- Smoking allowed areas
- Toilets
- Lost property

Contact

Address: Collinstown, Fingal, Dublin County, IRELAND 

Phone: +353 1 814 1111

Transport + info

The following means of transport are available at Dublin Airport to get to the city centre:

Bus: Get to downtown Dublin in just 40 minutes.
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Taxi:
Get to Dublin downtown within 26 minutes by taxi.
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Train: There isn’t direct connection between Dublin Airport and the railway network.
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Car hire: Hire a car in Dublin Airport or through our search engine.

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About Dublin

Dublin, in Irish Baile Átha Cliath, is the largest and the capital city of Ireland. It is located on the east coast of Ireland. The city is divided into the north and the south side. The north side is seen as working class and the south side is as middle and upper class districts. There are many difference between each sectors which can vary between accent and stereotypes.

Regarding landmarks, you shouldn’t miss the Dublin Castle, built in 1230 and of Norman courtyard design, the Molly Malone statue, Spire of Dublin or the “Monument of Light”, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, among others. Dublin also has many green spaces, there are over 1,500 hectares of parks. Must see parks are the Phoenix Park, Saint Stephen’s Green, Herbert Park and River Liffey park, which is one of the largest walled urban parks in Europe. In this park, you can find large green areas, including some landmarks like Áras an Uachtaráin, the Residence of the President of Ireland, the Dublin Zoo and also it is home of a herd of Fallow deer.

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