Let us answer your questions and queries below.
There are a number of bus options from Dublin Airport, for further information click here and a taxi rank located at each terminal.
Yes, it is operated by Excess Baggage Company and located in the Terminal 1 arrivals hall, for more information click here
Is there a left luggage facility?
People with reduced mobility should contact and notify their airline, travel agent or tour operator with details of their assistance requirements at least 48 hours in advance of the departure of their flight. For further information please click here
This depends on the airline you are travelling with and also the destination, we advise that passengers check with their individual airline.
There is a designated smoking area at The Garden Terrace bar in Terminal 1 Dublin Airport
There are set-down areas at both terminals for drop off, if you wish to collect someone, please use the short-term car park opposite the terminal.
Flight information boards at the airport, at our information desks, by phone
+353 1 8141111
and on our website
are based on the Departures level Terminal 1 opposite check-in area 8. Opening hours are 05.00 – 17.00 daily.
We would advise that you check with your airline as this can vary depending on airline and destination, daa advise that passengers arrive no less than 90 minutes before departure.
There are baggage enquiry phones located on the arrivals level of both terminals.
Yes, items can be left with Greencaps.
Showering facilities are available in the Lounge Terminal 2 and the 51st and Green US Preclearance Lounge.
Yes, baby food or food for people on special diets is exempt from the new regulations. Passengers are allowed to bring these items through the screening points in the quantities needed during their trip. Passengers may be required to demonstrate that what they are carrying is for genuine purposes. Additional screening may be required.
The EU aviation security regulations allow some exemptions to the restrictions. These include essential medicines and dietary requirements in liquid form, for example baby-food or food for people on special diets. Passengers are allowed to bring these items to the screening points in the quantities that they need during their trip. However, as a safeguard, additional screening may be required.
Yes, you can still buy liquids and other substances covered by the regulations, in containers of any size, after the security screening point and on board European airline flights. Liquids and gels purchased after the security screening point or on board your flight will be packed and sealed for you in a tamper-evident bag as necessary by the shop or cabin personnel.
- Water and other drinks, soups, syrups
- Pastes, including toothpaste
- Creams, lotions and oils, including lip balm and moisturiser
- Make-up, including lipsticks and mascaras
- Sprays, including sun-tan lotion
- Gels, including hair and shower gels
- Contents of pressurised containers, including: shaving foam, other foams and deodorants
- Liquid-solid mixtures
- Any other item of a similar consistency
Always check in any liquid over 100ml and if you're unsure whether an item will be allowed through, please always check it in with your hold luggage.
Under the new EU aviation security regulations containers of over 100ml cannot be taken through the passenger security screening area and must be surrendered.
Yes, there’s a multi-faith prayer room on the departures level in Terminal 2, for more information click here
There is no specific area to view aircraft; however, there is one landside area at the Alcock & Brown bar on the mezzanine level of Terminal 1.
The only dogs that are permitted in the terminal buildings are guide dogs & assistance dogs.