DUBLIN AIRPORT – THE GATEWAY TO IRELAND
As Ireland's busiest airport, Dublin Airport is the first taste of the Emerald Isle for many visitors and has been since the 1930s. Since then, the passenger traffic at the airport has grown each year. This has resulted in expanded flight routes to destinations as far away as Bahrain and Abu Dhabi.
The airport features Wi-Fi, printing services, quiet religious spaces and banking services. Being just half an hour outside the city, terminals are easy to access. You can arrange transport via taxi or shuttle to and from Dublin Airport, and it’s just a short drive down the nearby M50 motorway. The Radisson Blu St Helen's Hotel in Dublin is just over a 30-minute drive from the terminals.
The LoopInside the terminals, The Loop offers space to relax, a choice of cafés and restaurants and a wealth of shops. Indulge in a few duty-free treats, or simply kick back as you wait for your flight. If you’d like to shop but prefer not take your new wares with you on your flight, you can use the Shop and Collect service. The airport will store your shopping free of charge, so you can pick it up as soon as you arrive back.
If you feel like some food or a coffee before a long flight, head to The Garden Terrace or grab a quick cappuccino from Starbucks. There are a number of restaurants and fast food places inside, so you don’t need to fly on an empty stomach.