Dublin Airport Terminal 2

Terminal 2 was primarily built in 2007 and officially opened in 2010.

Dublin Airport Terminal 2 is main operated by Aer Lingus since it is the main carrier of the terminal. The terminal is a hub for long-haul flights between Europe and the United States.

Transport between terminals

Both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are connected landside via a pedestrian corridor.


Dublin Airport Terminal 2 is formed by 2 levels as it follows:

- Departures level: Find in this level the ground transportation options (taxi ranks, bus stops), the walkway to Terminal 1 and access to the short-term car parks. Find also access to the Loop (the shopping court). Services offered: security screening area, self-service kiosks, self-service bag drop units (only for Aer Lingus passengers). Access to 401 to 426 gates in the centre of the building. US Customs & Border Protection is located after concessions. From this level you can access to the parking lots.

- Arrivals level: Before customs, there is a corridor for flight connections to Terminal 1. Services offered: baggage carrousels, currency exchange, baggage hand service desks, several food, drink and shop concessions and access to the Arrivals Hall.


Find attached the Airlines operating in Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport:

- Aer Lingus
- American Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- Emirates
- United Airlines


Find the following services and amenities in Dublin Airport terminal 2:

- Bank branch
- Pharmacy
- Information counters
- Free Wi-Fi connection
- Luggage claim
- Wheel-chair renting service
- Smoking allowed areas
- Toilets
- lost property
- Parenting rooms
- Airline lounges
- ATMs
- Help point
- Currency exchange
- Prayer rooms
- Meeting point
- Shower
- Baggage storage
- Luggage trolleys
- E-tolling
- Meet & greet
- Internet kiosks
- Medical Aid