Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, it is operated by Excess Baggage Company and located in the Terminal 1 arrivals hall, for more information click here
Is there a left luggage facility?
Yes, in Terminal 1’s Garden Terrace Bar you will find a smoking area. Please find the location on our map.
There are set-down areas at both terminals for drop off, if you wish to collect someone, please use the short-term car park opposite the terminal.
Flight information boards at the airport, at our information desks, by phone
Yes, Left Luggage
are based on the Departures level Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Click here
for more information.
There are baggage enquiry phones located on the arrivals level of both terminals.
No, there is no place to leave a package for collection.
Showering facilities are available in the Lounge Terminal 2 and the 51st and Green US Preclearance Lounge.
Yes, there’s a multi-faith prayer room on the departures level in Terminal 2, for more information click here
There is no specific area to view aircraft; however, there is one landside area at the Alcock & Brown bar on the mezzanine level of Terminal 1.
Yes, it’s free and unlimited, provided by eir.
Yes. Printing services are now available in all Left Luggage and Bag Wrapping locations. The service costs €6 per 20 pages, and is fully GDPR compliant. Items for printing must be emailed to an email address provided in store, and will be printed as emailed. All attachments will also be printed.
We would advise that passengers check with their individual airline before departure, as the rules vary between airlines.
Yes, for information on location and times for Terminal 1 for Terminal 2 click here
No, but there are bus links from Dublin Airport to Connolly Station and Heuston Station in Dublin City Centre.
Dublin airport is approximately 10km from the city centre, in normal traffic it’s about a 20 minute drive.
Dublin Airport remains open 24 hours a day, 364 days a year, we are closed on Christmas day.
The toll fee can be paid in Spar, Wrights Food Fare and Greencaps.
Yes, located beside the coach park opposite the Terminal 1 multi-storey car park.
There is a €10 handling charge payable for each lost item returned to its owner. The handling charge can only be paid by contactless payment. An item may be posted to its owner for an additional cost.
Packages can be sent by ‘Excess Baggage’ located in Terminal 1 departures. Click here
for more information.