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Dublin Airport (DUB)

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Dublin Airport (DUB)
AddressSwords, County Dublin, Ireland
Telephone(01) 814 1111
Emailinformation.queries@daa.ie
Websitewww.dublinairport.com
Number of terminals2
Time zoneGMT (Please note: daylight savings time may apply between certain dates - please check local sources)
LocationDublin Airport is located 10km (6 miles) north of central Dublin.
Airport codeDUB
Country dialling code353
Airport newsThe reconstructed Terminal 2 opened for business in late 2010. There are plans for a third terminal in the near future. Meanwhile, work is progressing on a new control tower.
Driving directionsFrom Dublin city centre, take the M50 northbound and exit onto the M1 northbound; Dublin Airport is signposted.
Car rentalCar hire companies located at Dublin Airport include: Avis, Budget, Dooley, Europcar and Hertz. These operators have desks in the arrivals area of Terminal 1, and in the multi-storey car park at Terminal 2. Pre-bookable car-hire companies with desks in Terminal 1 Arrivals, include: County, Enterprise and Thrifty.
Public transport and taxisBus: frequent local bus services, operated by Dublin Bus (tel: (01) 873 4222; www.dublinbus.ie), leave from the main arrivals road directly outside the terminals. These include the Airlink 747 express bus, which runs to Dublin's main bus and rail stations (journey time: 30 minutes; fare: EUR 6). Buses 16a, 41 and 102 also serve the airport.
Coach: a number of providers operate services from Dublin Airport's coach park (on the far side of the main car park building) to numerous destinations throughout Ireland. These include the 24-hour Aircoach service (tel: (01) 844 7118; www.aircoach.ie) to south Dublin (including most major hotels in the city).
Shuttle: Flybus (tel: (01) 824 3030; www.flybus.ie) and Urbus (tel: (01) 824 3030; www.urbus.ie) operate regular stopping services between Dublin Airport and the city centre.
Taxi: are available from outside the terminals. Depending on traffic, the ride into the city can take between 25 and 45 minutes, and fares start at around EUR 25.
Car parkingThere are short and long-term car parks at Dublin Airport, offering more than 18,000 spaces. Short-term parking is available directly opposite the terminal buildings in multi-storey car parks, while long-term parking is located on the eastern perimeter (accessed directly from the motorway) and is linked to the terminals by a 24-hour shuttle bus service. Parking information (tel: (01) 814 4828 or 1 800 204 010) and valet parking are available.
Information and help desksThe Airport Information Desk and the Dublin Tourism Information and Reservation Centre (tel: (01) 605 7700) are both located on the arrivals concourse of Terminal 1.
Airport FacilitiesMoney and communications: bureaux de change and ATMs are located throughout the terminal. A foreign exchange currency dispenser is located on the Departures level. There is a bank on the Departures concourse and a post office in the car park atrium.
Eating and drinking: Dublin Airport has a variety of restaurants, cafés and bars.
Shopping:
shops include duty-free, with a shopping street in the boarding area of Departures.
Luggage:
 a left-luggage facility is available in the atrium of the multi-storey car park. Portage service is available from Greencaps (tel: (01) 814 4633).
Other facilities:
there is a pharmacy and a free nursery; baby change facilities are available in most airport toilets.
Conference and business facilitiesThere are meeting rooms, business lounges and full business facilities, including photocopy, fax and internet access. A VIP service is also available (tel: (01) 814 4895). The Radisson Blu Hotel has 27 meeting rooms, along with a fully equipped business centre, and a catering service (tel: (01) 844 6000; www.radissonblu.com). Meeting rooms are also offered at the Clarion Hotel (tel: (01) 808 0500; www.clarionhoteldublinairport.com).
Disabled facilitiesThere are lifts, intercom connected help points and disabled parking spaces at Dublin Airport. Wheelchair transportation can be provided between the aeroplane and Arrivals/Departures; passengers requiring wheelchairs and special assistance should inform their airline prior to travel. Further information and help is available from the One Complete Solution (OCS) Reception Desk (tel: (01) 814 5906) in the departures area of Terminal 1.
Airport hotelsTwo hotels are located at Dublin Airport, the Clarion Dublin Airport and Radisson Blu Dublin Airport. There are also a number of accommodation options in the vicinity. Hotel reservations can be made at the Dublin Tourism information and reservation centre and at the courtesy telephones in the arrivals areas. Our Dublin Airport guide offers the following accommodation options:

Clarion Dublin Airport
Boasting a restaurant, bar, 13 meeting rooms and a gym, the Clarion Dublin Airport is a three-minute drive from Dublin Airport and offers a courtesy airport pick-up.
Dublin Airport
County Dublin, Ireland
Tel: (01) 808 0500
Web: www.clarionhoteldublinairport.com

Radisson Blu Dublin Airport
Linked to Dublin Airport by a complimentary shuttle service, the Radisson Blu Dublin Airport has a bar and car parking space. Extensive business facilities, including 27 meeting rooms, are available.
Dublin Airport
County Dublin, Ireland
Tel: (01) 844 6000
Web: www.radissonblu.ie

Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport
The Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport is a short drive from the terminals. The hotel offers complimentary wi-fi internet and has a panoramic bar. The on-site restaurant serves breakfast, which is included in the room rate.
Santry, Northwood Park
County Dublin, Ireland
Tel: (01) 862 8866
Web: www.hiexpress.com

Crowne Plaza Northwood
The 204-room Crowne Plaza Northwood is located near Dublin Airport, a seven-minute complimentary shuttle bus ride from Dublin Airport. The hotel has a restaurant, business centre and 24 meeting rooms. Free internet access is provided.
Santry, Northwood Park
County Dublin, Ireland
Tel: (01) 862 8888.
Web: www.ichotelsgroup.com

Travelodge Dublin Airport North Swords
The budget Travelodge Dublin Airport Swords hotel is located near Dublin Airport and the Pavilions shopping centre. A bus service to and from the airport is provided for guests (at a cost), free parking is available, and there is an on-site restaurant.
Swords, Pinnock Hill Roundabout
County Dublin, Ireland
Tel: (01) 807 9400
Web: www.travelodge.ie

Bewley's Hotel Dublin Airport
A free 24-hour shuttle service links Bewley's Hotel Dublin Airport with Terminal 1. The hotel offers long-term parking at considerably lower rates than the airport's on-site facilities, as well as free wi-fi internet access and on-site dining.
Swords, Stockhole Lane (N32 Junction)
County Dublin, Ireland
Tel: (01) 871 1000
Web: www.bewleyshotels.com
Full airport nameDublin Airport
CityDublin
CountryIreland
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