Dublin Airport (DUB)

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Dublin Airport

AddressDublin Airport, Co. Dublyn
Airport CodeDUB
Distance to City Center3.97km
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Flying from/to Dublin Airport

When arriving to Dublin Airport, it can be unclear how to reach your final destination, or more generally, to the city centre. We, at Omio, have mapped out good things to know, facilities available when flying to Dublin Airport and what to do when you get to the city.

Travel from Dublin city centre to Dublin Airport

Getting around the beautiful green, coastal city of Dublin is easy and convenient. The Republic of Ireland's capital city may have been established in the early 1100s, but its public transportation system connects all inner city locations via a network of coaches, suburban rail and ferry. Biking is also very popular in this historic city. Cars and coaches are the best ways to reach the airport, and their travel times are quite similar, although coaches tend to be roughly five minutes faster. Overall it takes a minimum of 20 to 30 minutes to reach the airport. These forms of transport are both subject to traffic conditions, however, which can often be quite congested in this city, as it has grown in tourism over the last few years and only becomes more popular as a travel destination every year. 

What's the best way to get to Dublin Airport from Dublin city centre

The best way to reach Dublin Airport from Dublin city centre is by coach or car. Cars are a better option for those with limited mobility or who prefer to drive and park in long-term garages. coaches are a greener, less costly option, and save five minutes travel time over cars on average. The Airlink Express coach is the most efficient option overall, and routes 747, 700 and 757 depart from several stations around central Dublin, the nearest being O'Connell Street, Trinity College or coachAras Central Station. 

How far is it from Dublin city centre to Dublin Airport?

Dublin Airport is six and a half miles (10.5 kilometers) north of Dublin city centre. coaches depart from O'Connell Street, Trinity College or coachAras Central Station. These stations are five, nine, and eight minute walks from Dublin city centre respectively. From there, the coaches take 25 to 30 minutes to reach the airport, where they arrive right outside terminal one. Traffic is a concern many days of the week, and passengers travelling during peak times, especially from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. should leave at least one hour for the coach journey. 

What facilities are there at Dublin Airport?

Dublin Airport has some great facilities for passengers departing from, or arriving at the airport. Long and short stay parking garages are located at both terminals for the convenience of drivers. There is free WiFi across the airport's two terminals, as well as charging stations for electronic devices, and even a church and multi-faith praying room. A range of cafes, bars and restaurants ensures waiting passengers don't go hungry, and there are fast food stalls as well as family restaurants serving local and international cuisine. Numerous shops provide everything from essentials for flying to luxury goods and popular clothing stores. There is also a shop and collect service where passengers can shop online and pick up their items at the airport before their flight. 

How accessible is the route for those with limited mobility?

Dublin coaches, including the Airlink coach, are low-floor and wheelchair accessible. Passengers with limited mobility can rely on the accessibility company OCS to assist with their travels. There are disabled parking spaces in several of the airport's parking lots, and services to help passengers from their car to the airport if needed. These must be booked ahead of time. The airport must be notified at least 48 hours in advance to ensure they provide passengers the support they require. There are wheelchair-accessible elevators and bathrooms at the airport, and many chairs and sitting down areas throughout for passengers with limited mobility. 

Local tips: how to travel to Dublin Airport like a local

Locals who are familiar with Dublin roads don't leave their airport transit to the last minute. They take the coach from the central station nearest them and account for traffic during the coach journey, especially throughout peak hours. The array of dining options at the airport means many locals arrive with plenty of time to spare before their flight and eat with their friends or travelling companions at the airport. Followed by a spot of shopping, Dublin locals make sure their vacation is relaxing from the very first minute.

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