Dublin Airport – Terminals

Dublin Airport is the main international airport serving the city of Dublin.

It was first opened in 1936 as the Casement Aerodrome in Baldonnel, in south Dublin. In the upcoming years, the airport was expanded to be able to host the increasing number of passengers and in order to host more airlines.

Within the 1990s and the 2000s, Dublin Airport saw an important grow and demand for business travel to and from the country, with an increasing tourism to the isle and from the locals to foreign destinations.

Dublin Airport has two passenger terminals to host both domestic and international flights, and also for short and long distance flights (including transoceanic).

Transfer between terminals

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

Terminal 1

Dublin Airport Terminal 1 is primarily used for Ryanair carrier and all of its services. It is also a hub for short distance flights within the country and to several European destinations.

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Terminal 2

Dublin Airport Terminal 2 is main operated by Aer Lingus, being the main airline of the terminal. The terminal is used as a hub for long-haul flights between Europe and the United States.

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