Dublin Airport (DUB)
(Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland)
A major transport hub located around 10 km / 6 miles north of Dublin city centre, Dublin Airport (DUB) lies between St. Margaret's and Cloghran, and is also close to Swords. The airport has long been one of Europe's fasted-growing and busiest facilities, and now handles more than 22 million annual passengers, and on busy days, some 80,000 travellers and 600+ take-offs and landings.
One terminal handles flights to more than 150 destinations, with just over 40 scheduled airlines. Many flights cover relatively short distances, such as Dublin to London. UK destinations account for approximately 50 per cent of all air traffic at Dublin Airport, while transatlantic flights have seen a substantial increase in passenger traffic in recent years.
There are bus and express coach services to Dublin and to destinations north and south of the city, generally using the M1 motorway and operated by Ardcavan, Aircoach, Bus Eireann, Bus Nestor, Citilink, Dublin Bus and Urbus. Dublin Airport has licensed taxis servicing the airport and operated by Dublin Corporation. Taxi ranks are situated outside of the arrivals concourse and will be happy to transport you into central Dublin, to the port town of Dun Laoghaire, or into the picture-postcard coastal village of Malahide, to the north.
Car hire is available from a number of car rental agencies that are conveniently located in the arrivals hall. There is no direct train service to Dublin Airport, although, bus and taxi services are available to connect you to most train stations in the area.
About Dublin Tourism
Dublin is the capital of Ireland and is characterised by its friendly people and rich culture. With great shopping, good food and a thriving nightlife scene around the Temple Bar area, Dublin has become a major tourist destination in recent years. It is a city of festivals, museums and Gaelic legends. County Dublin is home to the glorious Dublin Mountains and coastal villages that are full of history and scenic landscapes.
One of Ireland's most important gateways, Dublin Airport (DUB) is just a short bus ride from the city centre, where you will discover many beautiful landmarks, based along O'Connell Street and lining the banks of the River Liffey. When in Dublin, look out for the Victorian Ha'Penny Bridge, the Guinness Storehouse, and the much-loved bronze statue of Molly Malone.
Dublin Airport (DUB):|
|Address: Dublin Road, County Dublin, Ireland, IE|
|Airport Code: DUB
Tel: +353 1 814 1111
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