Information on Airports in Ireland
Dublin Airport is Ireland’s busiest airport, serving the country’s capital and largest city. It’s located just north of Dublin itself, on the M1 northbound out of the city. Local bus services operated by Dublin Bus leave from the main arrivals road directly outside the terminals. The Airlink 747 express bus runs to Dublin’s main bus station and all its rail stations. The journey time is about 30 minutes, for a €6 fare. Busses 16a, 41 and 102 also serve the airport, as well as several privately operated coaches. Flybus and Urbus operate frequent services between the city and its airport, and there is a taxi rank outside the terminals. The journey time to the city centre by cab is about 25 to 45 minutes, depending on traffic, and the fare starts at around €25.
Dublin Airport has several Bureaux de Change and ATMs located throughout its terminals, both pre and post-security. There is a full-service bank in Terminal 1. Also in Terminal 1 is an automated postal service centre, and Terminal 2 Arrivals has a postbox. Wireless internet access is available throughout both terminals, but this is a paid-for service. There are also internet kiosks located in both terminals, both pre and post-security.
There is a variety of bars, cafes and restaurants at Dublin Airport, the majority of which are to be found in ‘The Loop’ area post-security. There is a caviar and seafood restaurant, fast food outlets and eateries offering traditional Irish food. There are also many shops, including duty free, gift shops and speciality Irish gods outlets. A shop-and-collect service is offered to passengers travelling within the EU. There is a pharmacy and a free nursery, as well as baby changing facilities, and the airport is highly disabled-friendly, with lifts, intercoms and reserved parking spaces. Wheelchair transportation between aircraft and Arrivals/Departures is available but the airport request that passengers arrange this in advance.
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