You can find on this page the Dublin airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Dublin airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Dublin in Leinster - Ireland.
The Dublin airports map shows all the airports around Dublin. This airports map of Dublin will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Dublin in Leinster - Ireland. The Dublin airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Ireland has 5 International Airports: Dublin Airport - North of Dublin City on the east coast as you can see in Dublin airports map. Cork Airport - Just south of Cork City on the south coast. Shannon Airport - North of Limerick City on the west coast. Knock Airport (Ireland West Airport Knock) - in County Mayo in the North West. Situated just 10km north from the capital city, Dublin Airport is Ireland busiest international airport serving holiday goers from Europe and visitors on Ireland Vacations from the U.S. Over 18.5 million passengers traveled through Dublin Airport in 2005 and over 20 million in 2006.
Dublin Airport main operators are Aer Lingus, Ireland flagship airline, Ryanair, Ireland biggest shorthaul, "cheap flights" airline and Aer Arann, Ireland main domestic airline as its mentioned in Dublin airports map. The Airport has excellent bus links to Dublin City. All major car rental companies have desks at the airport and there is a full range of shops, bars and restaurants near Dublin Airport. Dublin Airport also offers VIP hospitality in the Anna Livia Lounge, offering relaxation and added security and offering easy access to boarding gates. Dublin Airport offers several domestic flights throughout Ireland and over thirty scheduled flights to and from Dublin to the UK. Dublin Airport has a wide network of routes throughout Continental Europe, while Aer Lingus and a number of U.S. and Canadian operators fly to Dublin Airport from various destinations in the United States and Canada. Dublin and Shannon Airport are the only European Airports with U.S. border preclearance.
International airports near Dublin as its shown in Dublin airports map are: 23 km to Dublin Airport, 177 km to Waterford Airport, 180 km to George Best Belfast City Airport, 180 km to Belfast International Airport, 206 km to Ireland West Airport Knock, 224 km to Shannon Airport. Domestic airports near Dublin: 23 km to Dublin Airport, 129 km to Royal Air Force Station Valley, 180 km to George Best Belfast City Airport, 180 km to Belfast International Airport. Local airports near Dublin: 16 km to Casement Aerodrome.
The map of Dublin airport presents the main international airport of Dublin. This international airport map of Dublin will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Dublin in Leinster - Ireland. The airport Dublin map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Dublin Airport, (Irish: Aerfort Bhaile Átha Cliath) (IATA: DUB, ICAO: EIDW), is operated by the Dublin Airport Authority. It is located in Collinstown, in the county of Fingal, Ireland as you can see in Dublin international airport map. In 2011, 18.7 million passengers passed through the airport, making it the busiest of the state airports by total passenger traffic, followed by Cork Airport and Shannon Airport. It also has the greatest traffic levels on the island of Ireland followed by Belfast International Airport, George Best Belfast City Airport, Cork and Shannon. The airport is located 5.4 NM (10.0 km; 6.2 mi) north of Dublin city in a once-rural area near Swords. It is served by buses and taxis. Plans to connect the airport to Swords and Dublin city centre via a rapid transit line (Metro North), have been postponed by the Government.
Dublin Airport is the headquarters of Ireland flag carrier (Aer Lingus), Europe largest low-cost carrier (Ryanair) and Ireland regional airline (Aer Arann). Ireland fourth airline, CityJet, operates flights from the airport and its HQ is located in the nearby town of Swords as its shown in Dublin international airport map. The airport has an extensive short and medium haul network, served by an array of carriers. Domestic services are offered to some regional Irish airports. There are approximately 50 daily departures from Dublin to all six London airports (Stansted, Luton, Gatwick, Heathrow, London City and Southend). There are over 40 daily departures to other UK Airports. There is also a reasonably sized long-haul network. Aer Lingus serves many popular US destinations, and has been able to add more thanks to the open skies deal. US legacy carriers also serve the airport from major US hubs.
The current Terminal 1 building originally opened in 1972, and was initially designed to handle five million passengers per year. The original design included a second pier which would have been identical to the current decagon-shaped boarding pier B, but this was never built as its mentioned in Dublin international airport map. Terminal 2 is a 75,000 m2 (810,000 sq ft) terminal and pier (pier E) which provides 19 air bridges for aircraft and is capable of handling 15 million passengers annually, thereby allowing the airport to handle 35 million passengers a year. The DAA has a statutory responsibility to operate Dublin Airport to the highest international standards and to meet all relevant legislation, so to this regard the DAA has its own Airport Police Service which provide the Airport with its own dedicated police force.