Dublin International Airport is a major hub and handled 23.5 million passengers in 2008 and that is set to grow when Terminal 2 opens in 2010. London is number one on its destination list of over 200 routes. New York is the top long haul destination and there are daily flights to the Middle East with Etihad connecting Ireland to the Far East. For car hire at Dublin Airport Ireland (DUB), there are four companies to choose from.
Check-in desks are situated on two levels with Air Lingus taking the basement level which is below the arrivals hall. All other check-in can be found on the first floor.
Whether you are flying into Dublin on business or pleasure car rental is the best way to get around. The city centre is only a short drive of less than seven miles and can be accessed from the Main M50 and M1 from the airport. At Terminal 1 there are free courtesy buses that will take you to the company of your choice on the airport grounds.
There are 18,000 long term space car parking spaces at the airport. All have special reduced mobility services where passengers can receive assistance all the way to their plane or back to their vehicle. Cheap car hire at Dublin Airport Ireland (DUB) is found away from the main terminal building. Airport lounges are available to all passengers if you would like to rest up, offering complimentary refreshments and showers.
Shopping is what you would expect to find at any international airport with all the high street brands including electrical goods and clothing. There are currency exchange units situated throughout the terminal. Left luggage is found in the terminal with Green Caps who also offer a car key holding service.