Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport is Ireland's major international airport, situated just south of Swords. 

It offers worldwide connectivity, with over 180 direct destinations serviced by 34 airlines.

It's a prime location to travel all across the globe, but it's also a perfect starting point to travel to destinations across Ireland and in Fingal.


Travelling To and From Dublin Airport

Dublin Bus offers many routes throughout Dublin, including the 16 to Ballinteer, the 41 to Lower Abbey Street and the 102 to Sutton Station.

Airlink Express services runs a service to the city centre, including Heuston and Connolly train stations, which have extensive links to the Irish Rail and DART train network.

Aircoach offers services from Dublin Airport to the city centre and South Dublin on a 24-hour basis. Its city centre service stops at most of the major hotels in Dublin City at key locations across Dublin 

Airport Hopper operate hourly shuttle buses from Dublin Airport to Maynooth & Tallaght, servicing- Lexlip, Liffey Valley, Lucan, Clondalkin and all the areas hotels on route

Cityscape, operated by Dublin Coach operate 42 direct express services daily between Dublin Airport, the red cow luas and Dundrum town.

Go Bus also operates services to Galway and Cork.






"Passengers arriving By Taxi  will be dropped off on the forecourt directly outside either Terminal 1 or Terminal 2.  Taxis are available from the forecourts directly outside Terminal 1 & Terminal 2. Passengers should follow Taxi signage to the designated taxi ranks.  A taxi dispatcher is available at either taxi rank if you require any further information or assistance."



For information on Dropping off and Picking up passengers By Road



By Area

Dublin Airport offers easy access to areas like:

Dublin City Centre is highly accessible from the airport.

Travelling to destinations in the north is straightforward:

Southern destinations are accessible:

Heading out west is handy: