Traveler’s Guide to Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport is a large, international airport found approximately 10km, or 6.2 miles north of Dublin city and is an international airport serving Dublin, Ireland and is operated by the Dublin Airport Authority. The airport is owned by Government of Ireland and operated by Dublin Airport Authority and serves as hub for Aer Lingus, Aer Lingus Regional, Air Contractors, CityJet, Orbest (seasonal), Thomson Airways and Ryanair.
Dublin Airport Transfers
The easiest way to get to Dublin Airport from the city centre is definitely by car, many major car rental companies are available at the airport.
The taxi system is well-regulated and Taxis to Dublin Airport Terminal 1 are convenient. The visitors are provided with a service where they can use the formal complaint channel if problems arise.
Dublin Airport Amenities
Dublin Airport offers a large number of amenities to its passengers, ranging from shopping to restaurants and free internet access.
If you are traveling with children, this airport is equipped with family friendly activities and has kid friendly options like Mc Donald’s, Burger King and also has baby changing stations.
The Loop is the main shopping area located in Terminal 1, where all your shopping needs can be taken care off.
Dublin Airport Parking
A range of car parking facility is available at the airport and every terminal here has a personal short-term car park, and both make use of the long-term Red and Blue car parks. The airport also offers 12,400 long-term spaces are available across the two long-term car parks.