Dublin Airport in a nutshell
Dublin Airport is a fast growing airport. Last year, it processed over 18.5 million passengers. It is expected that this number will increase to over 20 million in 2006. The growth is connected to the economic emergence of Ireland in the early 1990's. The airport is located 10 kilometres to the north of Dublin and is the home base of the national airline Aer Lingus and budget airline Ryanair.
The airport is easy to reach by car, and there are taxis and buses. There are two hotels on the airport grounds. There is a wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants, both before and beyond customs. In the Anna Livia Lounge you can log on to the Internet, fax and copying facilities for three hours for € 20. This lounge is open to anyone. In addition to banks, money exchange machines and ATM machines, there is also a pharmacy.
In the aviation industry Dublin Airport is indicated by the abbreviations DUB (IATA airport code) and EIDW (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website of Dublin Airport