There are two terminals at Dublin Airport - Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. The Departures level in Terminal 1 is located on the first floor of the building. The check-in desks in Terminal 2 are located on the ground floor of the building.
As a general guide:
Self-service check-in (online and self-service kiosks) is available to passengers departing from the airport with certain airlines. Airline staff should be on hand if you require any assistance.
**Please Note** Online Passengers must proceed through security screening areas as normal. There is NO Fast Track facility available for passengers who have checked in online.
Passports & Visas
If you are travelling internationally, a valid passport is normally required. For some countries, your passport will need to be valid for at least six months after your intended return and you may also need a visa.
Have photocopies of all important documents (tickets, passport, visas, E111, travel insurance, driving licence etc..) and make sure they are kept separate from the originals. If there are two or more people in your party you could exchange photocopies to minimise the chance of losing all documentation. If your passport is lost or stolen you must report it to the Passport Office or your nearest Irish Embassy or Consulate. Or call the 24hr emergency number .
The advice from the Department of Foreign Affairs is that everyone travelling abroad, for work or pleasure, should take out travel insurance before travelling.
Whilst most places accept credit and debit cards, cash is still the best way to pay for small items like taxis, snacks and tips. You can buy currency at any of the airports Bureau de Change Facilities. See the airport maps for locations.
Plan your time at the airport, avoid airline check-in queues and select your seat. Depending on where you are flying from, the airline you are flying with, your ticket type and your destination; you may be able to check in online or use one of the self service kiosks at the airport. Find out more about the self service check-in options at your departure airport.
If you are in any doubt about travelling with an illness or medical condition you should consult your doctor. If you are on prescribed medication take enough with you for the duration of your trip, as it may not be easy or economical to get a repeat prescription for the same medication while you are overseas.
You can use our website to plan your journey to the airport - just select the To and From our Airport button at the top of the page and you will find details of all the transport options available. Remember to make a contingency plan for your journey to the airport just in case there are any road or rail delays
Don't forget to pack adaptors, battery charger, first aid kit, phrase book, insect repellent and suntan lotion if appropriate for your destination. If there is anything you've forgotten to include, don't worry, you'll find most travel essentials on sale at one of our many airport shops.
If you are travelling outside the EU, you need to be aware of what food items are permitted and prohibited. Products such as meat, dairy, fish, and shellfish as well as certain plants and vegetables are prohibited and if found, will be seized. You may face severe delays, a fine and even prosecution. The Department of Agriculture is aiming to reduce the risk of exotic animal diseases, plant pests and diseases entering the country, which threaten our public health, livestock, agriculture and horticultural industries and the environment.
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