Dublin International Airport
Address: Co. Dublin, Ireland
Phone: + 353 1 9441111
IATA airport code: DUB
ICAO airport code: EIDW
Alias: Dublin Collinstown Airport and Aerfort Bhaile Átha Cliath
DUB Arrivals today
Dublin International airport arrivals
Dublin Airport is located north of the capital Dublin and in the east of the country. Travel easily by taxi for 30 euros to the center. If you prefer to travel a little cheaper, you can take the local or Airlink express bus.
The first Dublin airport arrivals already took place in 1940. The flight came from the city of Liverpool in the UK. The terminal designed by FitzGerald had a capacity of 100 thousand passengers per year. During the Second World War, the airport was used by the air force. There was only one flight to Liverpool. After the war, in 1947, the Dutch airline KLM started a flight route from Dublin to Amsterdam. Today it is still one of the busiest escape routes. Because it was getting busier at the airport, new runways were introduced.
Ten years later, a new terminal was added, called North Terminal. This terminal should serve all Dublin arrivals. There was also a new departure gate to accommodate larger aircraft. It was found that it would be difficult if the airport continued to grow in passenger numbers. The terminal would not be able to handle that capacity. That is why a new terminal was started in 1971, which was opened a year later and replaced the old one. This allowed it to process 6 million passengers per year. In 2010, a second terminal with a capacity of 24 million passengers was added. Most flights are mainly holiday. You will also see this in the increase in holiday destinations in the summer. In winter there are still many possibilities to large and small cities. There are also various options for traveling to the US.
Flight routes Dublin airport
Under normal circumstances, most Dublin Airport Arrivals from London-Heathrow were followed by:
Due to the corona in 2020, there is a huge drop of 74 percent fewer passengers. Most Dublin arrivals are from the route Amsterdam. The differences will undoubtedly be reversed in 2021 when corona disappears into the background again.
Travel to the US:
- Orlando, San Francisco, Chicago, Newark, Dulles, JFK, Boston, and Philadelphia. There are also flights to Toronto.
People who want to enjoy a sunny holiday often travel to the south of Europe. Planes do not depart to all cities, but there are many options. In winter people like to leave where it is warm and then there are options with different airlines to:
The south of the Iberian Peninsula is also popular with flights to Malaga, Faro, Lisbon, Alicante, and Barcelona. There are flights to Italy, Greece and Turkey, but in the summer there are many more options.
Most Dublin airport arrivals are offered by Aer Lingus and low-cost carrier Ryanair. Other popular airlines who offer flights to big cities are:
- Air France
- British Airways
Then there are quite some transatlantic flights and charter airlines as well. A couple of the popular ones are:
- United Airlines
- TUI Airways
- Qatar Airways
- Delta Air Lines
- American Airlines
- Air Canada
Terminals for Dublin flight arrivals
There are 2 terminals for all Dublin Arrivals. Terminal 1 is a bit older and is largely used as a hub for shorter flights, domestic flights and by the airline Ryanair. Terminal 2 for the other flights within Europe and beyond. You can easily walk from one terminal to another. Terminal 1 consists of several levels. There are only cafes on Level 1 and the Dublin airport arrivals area. One floor higher is the departure area with check-in counters. After checking in you can go to the gates through security to board. Terminal 2 has a slightly different layout. On the ground floor is the check-in area with the DUB arrivals area on the first floor. Departure hall are on the second floor. There is 1 runway available at the airport with a second one on the way that may be completed in 2021.
Dublin airport passenger stats
There were 32,907,673 passengers at the airport in 2019. That was again an increase, which has been going on since 2011 (from 18 to 33 million passengers). Due the pandemic there have been a decrease in Dublin flight arrivals and there were only 7 million passengers in 2020.