Co. Dublin, Ireland
IATA airport code: DUB
Also known as Dublin Collinstown Airport.
Where is Dublin Airport?
Dublin Airport is the largest airport in Ireland counting more than 25 million passengers in 2015, located north of the Irish capital. From the city you can take the N1 towards the airport, via exit 2 of the M1 motorway Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are accessible within minutes. The newest terminal T2 is used by Aer Lingus and airlines offering intercontinental destinations.
What is de distance from Dublin Airport to the centre of Dublin?
The distance between Dublin Airport and the city centre is 12 kilometres, it takes 20 minutes by car. Please take into account a journey takes longer during peak hours.
Which airlines fly to and from Dublin Airport?
- Aer Lingus
- British Airways
How to get from Dublin Airport to Dublin?
Public transport – Bus (Dublin)
If you do not bring much luggage with you it is possible to travel with bus line 16 or bus line 41, both operated by Dublin Bus. These buses are a cheap alternative to the express bus services and almost as fast. The buses depart on a regular base from the airport and out of the city, on average every 15 minutes. The final stop of bus line 16 is Ballinteer (Kingston), the stop in the city centre (O’Connell Street) can be reached in approximately 45 minutes. Bus line 41 runs to Abbey Street Lower in the centre of the city, the journey time is 45 minutes. Tickets cost € 3.30 per person and are available from the bus driver. You can only pay with cash, preferably the exact amount. The bus ride is cheaper (€ 2.60) if you are in possession of a reusable plastic Leap Card. Please consult website and timetable bus line 16 and bus line 41 for more information.
Bus transportation – Airlink (Dublin)
There are two express bus services between the airport and the city, you can choose between Airlink (route 747) and Aircoach. The Dublin Bus airport service Airlink is the cheapest of these two and therefore the most popular with travellers. On the bus is sufficient space for luggage. Every 10 to 15 minutes a bus departs from Dublin Airport via the Dublin Port Tunnel to the railway station Dublin Heuston. In the centre you can get off the bus at bus stops O’Connell Street and College Green & Temple Bar, travel time from the airport to these stops is around 40 minutes. Tickets can be purchased online, at the airport and aboard the bus. The train station Dublin Heuston has rail links with Waterford, Cork, Limerick, Galway and other places in Ireland. Dublin Bus warns passengers travelling to the airport between 15:00 and 19:00, a bus journey may take up to an hour during these times. Please consult website and timetable Airlink for more information.
|Adults||€ 6||€ 10|
|Children||€ 3||€ 5|
How much does a taxi cost from your front door to Dublin Airport?
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How much is the taxi fare to and from Dublin?
You can find taxi ranks directly outside Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. A taxi ride to the city centre costs € 30; between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m., on Sundays and public holidays, the costs are higher. Make a taxi reservation Dublin Airport through TaxiTender, an online booking platform for reliable and reasonable priced airport transfers.
What car rental companies are present at Dublin Airport?
The car rental companies Hertz, Budget, Avis, Dooley, Enterprise and Europcar have an information desk in the Arrivals hall of Terminal 1 and the multi-storey car park of Terminal 2. Compare prices of well-known car rental companies and local suppliers at Dublin Airport through EasyTerra Car Rental, save time and book online.
What are the car parking prices at Dublin Airport?
Dublin Airport has three multi-storey car parks for short-term and long-term parking, two in front of Terminal 1 (Short Term Car Park A, Short Term Car Park C) and one in front of Terminal 2 (Short Term Car Park). A little further from the airport there are long-term parking places (Express Long Term Red, Express Long Term Green and Holiday Long Term Blue). Free shuttle buses take passengers from the long-term parking spaces to both terminals, they operate 24 hours a day. Please check out the full list of parking prices Dublin Airport.
|Parking prices||Short Term||Long Term Red & Green||Long Term Blue|
|60 minutes||€ 3||€ 9.50||€ 7.50|
|1 day||€ 40||€ 9.50||€ 7.50|
|2 days||€ 80||€ 19||€ 15|
|3 days||€ 120||€ 28.50||€ 22.50|
|1 week||€ 280||€ 66.50||€ 52.50|
|2 weeks||€ 560||€ 133||€ 105|
|3 weeks||€ 840||€ 199.50||€ 157.50|
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