Dublin Airport is one of Europe’s busiest airports, with more than 55 airlines flying to over 190 destinations. Dublin Airport now offers services to 29 airports in the UK and the ever expanding European network now covering 100 airports, the majority served by low-cost budget airlines. It recently underwent a €395 million investment programme, to include a new passenger terminal which will increase annual passenger capacity to over 30 million.
Dublin Airport manages an average of 60,000 passengers per day, rising to 80,000 during the peak season, with more than 600 aircraft movements every day.
Some Facts About Dublin Airport
- Dublin Airport is located 12km north of Dublin city centre
- Dublin Port Tunnel - cuts journey time from the airport to the city centre, to 12 - 15 minutes
- Private/public bus services that operate from the airport: Aircoach; Airlink
- Taxis are readily available for hire outside the airport (a taxi journey into the city centre from the airport should cost approximately €25)
- Most international car rental companies also have representation in the airport terminal
- Check-in capacity of 165 desks
Getting Around Dublin City
- Dublin is compact and easily ‘walkable’
- Almost 10,000 taxis
- Buses: Dublin Bus operates the city’s bus routes running from 06:00 - 23:30
- Train: DART, Suburban and Intercity Trains
- LUAS: State-of-the-art Light Rail Transit System
Dublin Port provides excellent sea access for exhibitor arrivals and other deliveries, just 5 minutes from The Convention Centre with numerous connections to UK and Europe.