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Commuter Facts

The DAA gather statistics on passenger travel but also carries out an annual survey of Airport staff travel habits. The pie-chart below outlines the percentage breakdown or modal split of passenger travel habits to the Airport. The table shows how staff travel habits have changed slightly over the years with more taking public transport to the Airport than in previous years. This shows that the increased number of Bus routes available to the Airport benefits staff as well as our customers.

General Public Travel Habits

Transport Modal Choice for Airline Passengers 2010

Airport Staff Travel Habits

Car usage had decreased up to 2008 from a high of 74% in 2001 to 65% in 2008. In 2009 however, Dublin Airport saw a decrease in the amount of staff using the bus to get to work, from 23% in 2008 to 20% in 2009. This drop can be attributed mainly to the decline in the amount of foreign workers employed at Dublin Airport and those aged under 24 years of age. 

On a positive note there was a slight increase in those choosing to cycle to work in 2009.


Transport Modal Choice for Airport Staff 2010

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