Contact Us

In this section you will find the contact details for a number of different business units at Dublin Airport. You can email comments, complaints or suggestions to the relevant email addresses provided or see our frequently asked questions.

If you have lost any property at Dublin Airport, you can register or search our online system here
For all airline queries please contact the airline directly. You can find their contact information here.
  • The OCS Desk in Terminal 1 is located on the departure floor, facing check-in area 11.
  • The OCS Desk in Terminal 2 is located on the lower floor, beside the Aer Lingus check-in desks. 
Applications are made via our website. We recommend intending passengers to submit applications 40 to 60 days before the date of travel to ensure timely processing and dispatch. Applications received less than 14 days ahead of the travel date will be processed as soon as possible, but receipt of wristbands/lanyards for these applications cannot be guaranteed in time for travel. 
If you are requesting an Important Flyer wristband or lanyard, please be advised you must provide us with a short note from your GP, confirming that the applicant has a diagnosis.   
Please click here and fill in the form that is provided at the end of the page. Please note that we require each lanyard request to be entered individually (i.e. one request per person).
Assistance is arranged via your airline, travel agent or tour operator who will book assistance with the Dublin Airport dedicated provider called OCS.   
Please contact and notify your airline, travel agent or tour operator with details of your assistance requirements at least 48 hours in advance of the departure of your flight. It is very important that passengers requiring mobility assistance contact their airline, travel agent or tour operator directly as their onward travel may be affected by the safety rules an airline applies to the carriage of persons with reduced mobility. 
Alternatively, you can pre-book your assistance at Dublin Airport through the PRM Assist Mobile app, which is available to download here on the Apple App store and Google Play Store. This assistance booking will be passed on to the airline and our service provider OCS, who will assist you through Dublin Airport. 

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