Learn more about all the schemes currently ongoing in the Airport by clicking on any of the links below.
Dublin Airport Traffic Recovery Support Scheme
The COVID-19 pandemic has decimated passenger traffic across all European airports. A collective opportunity now exists to rebuild passenger traffic from Summer 2021 onwards. Dublin Airport is seeking to assist the recovery of passenger traffic through the implementation of a Traffic Recovery Incentive Scheme (TRSS) (the “Scheme”).The objective of this Scheme is to secure accelerated traffic restoration from Summer 2021 onwards. The intention is to discount passenger traffic over the thresholds of similar activity prior to COVID-19. The Scheme will commence when all COVID-19 travel restrictions are no longer in place. For more information please click here: Dublin Airport Traffic Recovery Support Scheme
New Route Support Scheme
For Long-Haul routes operating on a year round or seasonal basis, annual discounts of 100%, 90%, 75%, 50% and 25% on passenger charges, aircraft parking, airbridge and runway movement charges over five years.
For Short-Haul routes operating on a year round basis, annual discounts of 100%, 75%, 50% on passenger charges, aircraft parking, airbridge and runway movement charges over three years. For routes operating on a seasonal basis, seasonal discounts of 60%, 40% and 20% on passenger charges, aircraft parking, airbridge and runway movement charges over three years.
For more information, please click here: New Route Support Scheme
Standby Aircraft Scheme
For more information, click here: Standby Aircraft Incentive Scheme
Significant Additional Capacity on Existing Routes Scheme
The Significant Additional Capacity on Existing Routes Incentive Scheme offers a 50% discount to airlines who establish an increase in passenger numbers for existing routes of 50k for long-haul and 100k for short-haul as compared with the base year. For more information, click here: Significant Additional Capacity Incentive Scheme
Grow Transfer Incentive Scheme
The Grow Transfer Incentive Scheme (GTIS) offers a retrospective rebate of the Transfer Passenger Service Charge for incremental traffic above the level of the corresponding season 3 years prior. Airlines that do not have a relevant comparator for 2019, will then have an initial threshold of the actual traffic that was recorded at Dublin Airport in Summer and Winter Seasons 2022 respectively. For more information, click here: Grow Transfer Incentive Scheme
Behavioural Incentive Schemes
Capacity Optimisation Incentive Scheme
The Congestion Alleviation incentive scheme offers a discount to airlines who free capacity in a congested facility by moving to one capable of accepting it without creating congestion. For more information click here: Capacity Optimisation Incentive Scheme
Long-Haul Remote Discount Scheme
The Long-Haul Remote Discount will be applied to Long-haul flights arriving and departing to and from a remote stand during the local operation times of Dublin Airport. These flights are eligible for 50% discount to landing and take-off charges once the qualifying criteria are adhered to. For more information, click here: Long-Haul Remote Discount Scheme