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9 hours ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
We're currently working on a major project to upgrade the existing main runway at the airport.

Runway 10/28, which opened in 1989, typically handles about 95% of all flights at the airport and this is the first time it has had a full upgrade.

The overhaul includes a complete resurfacing of the entire runway and the installation of new ground lighting systems. It's essential to ensure that the main runway can continue to operate safely.

The works have to take place at night, as they require the full closure of the main runway. Every week night between 11pm and 5am our construction teams are busy at work on the project.

They have to be finished every morning by 5am to allow the runway to re-open in time for the busiest part of the day at Dublin Airport, which is between 6am and 8am.

When the main runway is closed aircraft use the airport's secondary runway, which is also known as the crosswind runway.
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5 hours ago
Mohammed Ahmed - Dublin airport always working to make sure all its passengers have a comfortable take off and landing. Dublin my home land 🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪
6 hours ago
John Naughton - Is the upgrade for the a380?
6 hours ago
Craig Lancaster - Joshua Lancaster know a great spot at the end of this runway can nearly touch the planes when they land here 👌
7 hours ago
Gary Colovich - When is there going to be a new parallel runway to 10/28, to relieve congestion??
7 hours ago
Chris Sheridan - Thought Dublin airport was extending the runway
7 hours ago
Emer Peel - Great pictures 👍🏻
8 hours ago
Geraldine Murtagh - Brilliant photos!! Best airport!!
8 hours ago
May Orlando Bolaños - Epic spotting mas cerca a la terminal Carlos Chaves
8 hours ago
Edel Cassidy - Neil Hanlon that's that answered 😊
9 hours ago
Stephen McLoughlin - Evan Cunningham Luke Scully This is why all of the planes have started flying over me during the night, Dun Laoghaire is directly in the flight path of the crosswind runway
        

14 hours ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
More than 340,000 passengers are expected to travel through Dublin Airport this May Bank Holiday weekend from Friday, April 28 to Monday, May 1, 2017. Passenger numbers are up 5% over the same weekend last year according to Dublin Airport.

Dublin Airport's Communications Manager, Siobhán O’Donnell said over 2,400 flights will arrive and depart this May Bank Holiday at Dublin Airport as the summer holiday season gets underway.

"Nine new routes and services are being added to the summer schedule in the coming weeks, giving our customers greater choice and flexibility,” said Ms O'Donnell.

"We look forward to welcoming a major new airline to Dublin as Qatar Airways will start a new daily direct service to Doha in the Persian Gulf in June." she added.

For more info and advice for passengers travelling over the course of this holiday weekend, see: http://ow.ly/innB30bfHH3
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7 hours ago
Lis Rix - Wish it was me travelling to Dublin.
14 hours ago
Donna Dowdall - There you go thats ye ✈✈ Collette Francis. Enjoy your weekend. Go Team Ireland 🍀
        

1 day ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
A total of nine new routes/services, comprising four short-haul and five long haul destinations are being added to Dublin Airport’s flight schedule this summer.

More than 1.3 million extra seats have been added across Dublin Airport’s route network this summer, which is a 6% increase in capacity compared to last year.

Five new long-haul routes will be launched in the coming weeks with Aer Lingus adding Miami to its route network, Delta Air Lines starting new services to Boston, and Norwegian launching two new routes to the US - to Stewart International New York State and Providence, Rhode Island. Dublin Airport will also welcome a major new airline, Qatar Airways when it starts its new direct daily route to Doha in the Persian Gulf.

Dublin Airport is getting ready for another busy summer season, according to Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison. “We are continuously working with existing and new airlines to add new and exciting destinations to our route network. These nine new services together with extra capacity and frequency on over 20 existing routes provides our customers with greater choice, and flexibility and more whether they are travelling for business or leisure purposes this summer season. The extra capacity that is available this summer will also help boost the tourism industry throughout the island of Ireland as Dublin Airport is Ireland’s key gateway airport.”

The number of additional seats to and from North America is up 23%, with an extra 538,000 seats this year. The peak summer months will see 10 airlines flying 414 flights per week to and from 15 destinations in the US and five destinations in Canada, which equates to an average of 60 flights daily to and from North America.

“Dublin Airport continues to be the fifth largest European airport for connectivity to North America, with only the major hubs of London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Frankfurt and Amsterdam Schiphol having more routes and flights,” said Mr Harrison.

Overall capacity on existing European routes is set to increase by 7% with over 785,000 additional seats this summer.

Customers have the option to choose from four new short-haul routes to continental Europe. Transavia has already launched services to Munich, British Airways will start a new service to Ibiza, Aer Lingus will start a new service to Split in Croatia and Norwegian is adding Stockholm to its existing route network from Dublin Airport.

Once again, Thomson/Falcon will begin two charter services in June with direct flights to Montego Bay in Jamaica and Cancun in Mexico for a six-week period.

This year, passengers can choose from over 180 scheduled destinations from Dublin Airport to 19 destinations in North America, 23 destinations in the UK, 118 destinations in Continental Europe and five destinations in both Africa and the Middle East.

More than 5.8 million passengers have travelled through Dublin Airport in the first three months of this year, representing a 5% increase or an extra 260,000 passengers compared to last year.
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19 hours ago
Annette ORourke - Excellent airport !
1 day ago
Mary Carroll - And you'll STILL be the best airport in the World as far as I'm concerned !!!
1 day ago
Pierce Parker - Is this a competition?
1 day ago
Richard Shiggins - Well done ! Now aim for the Holy Grail ; direct flights to Asia .
1 day ago
Sabrina Whelan - Great photo Gary Forde 😄
1 day ago
Michelle Mikulan - Great pic!
1 day ago
Keith G McMahon - It's Qatar airways in the Arabian Gulf,
        

3 days ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Due to wind direction, the southerly flight path to our secondary runway R16/34, will be in use tonight during the resurfacing work on our main runway R10/28 between 11pm-5am.
2 days ago
Andrew Phelan - Aoife
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Sarah-Jane Byrne - Gillian Byrne
3 days ago
Philip Gillick - Joanne Regan
3 days ago
Andrews Ste - Mark Brock
        

4 days ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Have you seen our Twitter competition? We're celebrating the launch of Qatar Airways new daily direct service from Dublin to Doha from June 12, 2017, by offering our Twitter followers a chance to win two return flights from Dublin to their choice of destination in Australia or New Zealand.

The winner can choose to fly to Sydney, Perth, Melbourne or Adelaide in Australia, or Auckland in New Zealand. Follow Dublin Airport on Twitter and retweet one of our #DUBQatar competition tweets to be in with a chance to win. http://ow.ly/JROQ30b769Q
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2 days ago
Samantha Kenny - RTing - great direct rough so delighted to share ✈️
2 days ago
Geraldine Ward - Great efficient airport...usually busy.. and but well controlled with great polite staff...............
3 days ago
Jessica O Brien - Natalie O'Brien Sis I mite be able to come visit you with mam 😊🛫🌞 Imagine if we won Annette O Brien
3 days ago
Kris Delaney - Andru can we enter this a million times
3 days ago
Sandra Kennedy-Lucre - DDee Ralph...if yr not in it ye can't win it!! X
4 days ago
Cít Mac Uidhir - Mekale A. McAfee
4 days ago
Peter Golden - Caroline Golden Nunan Noelle P Golden Joyce Golden Williams Jackie Golden-o'Sullivan Fergus Golden Brendan Looney Micheal Geaney Geraldine Mealy Rachel O'Brien Tom Golden
4 days ago
Peter Golden - Elena Ceresa let's go! #DUBQatar
4 days ago
Lorna Faul - Margaret Keenan Jason Keenan
4 days ago
Cathy McGrath - Lorna Joyce you could fly me over to visit 😁
        

1 week ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
A series of unique Irish art installations has been unveiled at Dublin Airport designed to leave passengers with a positive lasting impression of Ireland.

Three locations after the passenger security screening areas in both terminals have been chosen to depict native wildlife and the unique quality of Irish light.

A visually stunning installation entitled Vibrant Irish Light, located on the passenger journey between Terminals 1 and 2, features an eye catching spectrum of rainbow colours which vary in intensity at different times of the day.

The creation reaches its visual peak when flooded with mid-afternoon sunlight streaming through the glass wall looking out on the airfield.

It also stands out dramatically from the rest of the airport architecture when seen from the airfield by arriving and departing passengers after dark.

This strikingly vibrant area is complemented with the poem, Swanlight, by the late Irish poet and philosopher, John O’Donohue, best-selling author of Anam Cara and other works.

The Irish wildlife and nature designs, which form a separate installation spread across two passenger departure areas, showcase the unique character of Ireland’s natural environment. These are accompanied by quotes from a number of Irish poets and writers such as Padraig Pearse, William Butler Yeats, James Joyce and Katherine Tynan.

“We strive to offer our passengers the best possible experience when travelling through Dublin Airport. We want passengers to feel that they are still in Ireland and not just at the beginning or the end of their journey at the airport,” said Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison.

“The initiatives to date show that beautiful images or lighting can greatly enhance the ambience in particular areas of the airport. These visually creative areas have been designed with a unique Irish flavour that includes Irish poetry and phrases with images of wildlife, land and colour to leave passengers with a positive lasting impression of Ireland,” he added.

Another five areas are earmarked for improvement in the coming months.
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1 week ago
Francesco Demurtas - Well Done Guys ! Proud to work for the DAA
1 week ago
Derek Byrne - Francesco Demurtas just in time for when you return!!
1 week ago
Maria Jeffries - Can't wait to see it in July as we fly in on our way to Boston usa
1 week ago
Mandy Trotter - Look forward to seeing it today!
1 week ago
Hayley Mahoney - Ellen Garvey Zena Coyle this is where we were 👍🏻
1 week ago
Emer Peel - Catriona Kelly
        

1 week ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Air Arabia Maroc is to operate a new twice weekly scheduled service from Dublin to the Moroccan city of Agadir from October.
The new service will commence this winter and will operate on Wednesdays and Sundays.

“We are delighted to welcome Air Arabia Maroc to Dublin Airport and to Ireland,” said Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison. “This new service means that once again Irish holidaymakers will have a direct scheduled service to Agadir, which is a very popular winter sun destination.”

Adel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer of Air Arabia, said: “ We are pleased to link Dublin with our newly launched base in Agadir. Dublin is the latest city to join Air Arabia Maroc's ever growing destination network connecting Europe with Morocco.”

Air Arabia Maroc, which was established in April 2009, is Morocco’s largest low cost carrier and part of the Air Arabia Group. It currently operates flights to 48 European routes from five cities in Morocco: Casablanca, Fez, Tangier, Marrakech and Nador. Its new Agadir base will have flights to seven European cities including Dublin.

The new Air Arabia Maroc route to Agadir is one of eleven new services that will be launched at Dublin Airport this year. In the first three months of this year, a record 5.8 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport, which is a 5% increase compared to the first quarter of 2016.

Last year Dublin Airport had direct flights to 185 destinations in 41 countries operated by a total of 47 airlines.
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1 week ago
Fahad Ahmed - woww
1 week ago
Gillian Fulton - So pleased that flights will be back on to Morocco as Aer lingus and Ryan air have disappointed me..... 😎😎😎😎
1 week ago
Shane O'Connor - Dave Sullivan
1 week ago
Aoife Conroy Alkan - Hailey Ait Berka thought this would be good news for you :) x
1 week ago
Irfan Yousaf - any jobs for me Daa....
1 week ago
Shane McGurrell - Mounir Maziri
1 week ago
Paul Tracey - Conor OBrien
1 week ago
Niamh O Donnell - Tony Barnett
1 week ago
Adam Feerick - Eoin Caverly
        

1 week ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Our Dublin Airport Instagram followers have been busy. These are some of our favourites. Have you followed us yet?
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1 week ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Wishing all our passengers and customers a very Happy Easter.
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1 week ago
Patricia Monks O'Reilly - Happy Easter🐣🐰🐣✈️From two past employees🇨🇮
1 week ago
Lauren Devoy Carroll - Happy Easter to all the passengers and to the staff of Dublin airport. Hope you all had a great day. Xxxx
1 week ago
Dąbrówka Stępniewska - Thank you and Happy Easter for the whole Dublin Airport Staff! Wesołych Świąt Wielkanocnych! 🐰
1 week ago
Mutsumi Walsh - That hare should be removed! 😜
1 week ago
Ţâra Aurel - Happy Easter IRELAND !!! from Romania... With Love !!! 😉
1 week ago
Claire Freeman - Happy Easter Dublin Airport 👍🐣💖
1 week ago
Dolores Emmett - Happy Easter to you all.......
1 week ago
Margaret Kiernan - Happy Easter to all the Staff working to-day. Many happy memories of rostering for this Day.
1 week ago
1 week ago
Christina McHugh - Happy Easter to all the staff and passengers at Dublin Airport
        

2 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Our Summer Schedule for 2017 is now available. Check out the endless possibilities and go beyond.
http://ow.ly/JcsV30aPTf2
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1 week ago
Jonatas Lima - Maravious city
2 weeks ago
Nadine Fagan - Bekah Reynolds
2 weeks ago
Mary Ann Roche - Fiona O'Neill-Rosarius
2 weeks ago
Mike Ant - Belen Menendez
2 weeks ago
Mélanie Bidaut - Gary Rgt
        

2 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Almost 340,000 passengers are expected to travel through Dublin Airport this Easter Bank Holiday Weekend from Friday, April 14 until Monday, April 17 representing a 12% increase compared to last Easter.

“Over 2,300 flights are expected to arrive and depart this Easter Bank Holiday weekend,” said Dublin Airport spokesperson Siobhán O’Donnell.

“The Canary Islands and Spanish coastal resorts are the most popular sunshine destinations this Easter for passengers in search of sunshine. March was also a record month and the 36th consecutive month of passenger growth at Dublin Airport,” she added.

Good Friday is expected to be the busiest day of the Easter Bank Holiday weekend with just under 100,000 passengers expected to arrive and depart through the airport.

For more information: http://ow.ly/Mzd130aPhn3
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2 weeks ago
John Fay - Cara Fay✈️😂
2 weeks ago
Hannah Sheehan - Mary Sheehan gonna be hectic xx
2 weeks ago
Jessica Kirk - Sophie Rubin Tejal Sarika Patel uh oh
2 weeks ago
Eddie McGrath - Josh Kenny Kayleigh Hughes glad wer off 😎😁
2 weeks ago
Jamie Carpenter - Karlaagh O'faolain Rebecca Di Pede oh jasus 😂
2 weeks ago
Darren Norris - Helena Bannon you on overtime
2 weeks ago
Holly Mí - Isobel Emerson get there early!!!
2 weeks ago
Annette Bayfield - Liza Wendy.... Will we just leave now!!! 😂😱X
2 weeks ago
Michelle Gibbons - Vicky Brennan 🙈
2 weeks ago
Mandy Trotter - Glad I'm not travelling till next Friday!
        

2 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Almost 2.2 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport in March, a 2% increase over the same period last year and a new record for the month.

Easter was in March last year which had an impact on the passenger numbers.

Passenger volumes to and from continental Europe grew by 2% with almost 1.1 million passengers travelling to European destinations.

UK traffic remained static when compared to last year with almost 854,000 passengers travelling to and from Britain in March.
Passenger volumes to and from North America grew by 14% with over 207,000 passengers travelling on transatlantic routes in March.
The number of passengers on domestic routes declined by 11%, as almost 7,000 passengers travelled this route sector last month.

Other international passenger traffic to the Middle East declined by 7% with almost 60,000 passengers travelling last month.

The number of passengers using Dublin Airport as a gateway to connect to another destination increased by 66% with over 51,000 passengers connecting through Dublin Airport last month.

More than 5.8 million passengers have travelled through Dublin Airport in the first three months of the year, representing a 5% increase, or an extra 260,000 passengers, compared to the same period last year.
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2 weeks ago
Liza Lowe - Kirsten Mackenzie, Emma Hulme that's us 3😂😂😂😂
2 weeks ago
Don Rennie - Let's not forget ATC. Working harder every day.
2 weeks ago
Gary Hamilton - Any deals or promos in the short term car park for the middle of May 👍🏻👍🏻
2 weeks ago
Rob Fogarty - Build it;and they will come !
        

3 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
It's a beautiful, bright, breezy, busy day here at Dublin Airport.
2 weeks ago
Aoife Kate - Jack Whitcher tomorrow! ❤️
2 weeks ago
Jakub Modzelewski - JFK same sunny and busy
2 weeks ago
Ramblingal Bun - Be there soon!
2 weeks ago
Alastair Gibson - Is that Aer lingus loading up for yyz.
3 weeks ago
Alan Crawley - Gary Ross
3 weeks ago
Sean Sheehan - And quiet most importantly!!
3 weeks ago
Ann Mullen Barry - Aisling Barry Niamh Barry.......soon 😊
3 weeks ago
Robert Kidd - hoping too see you guys tomorrow
        

3 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Planning an Easter break with the family? Here's some useful information on travelling with children.

http://ow.ly/DMJ430axHi5
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2 weeks ago
Elizabeth Garland - Awww nice place
2 weeks ago
Brenda Dempsey - Paul Gately
3 weeks ago
Gary Hamilton - Hi, Any car park deals for early May 👍🏻😜
3 weeks ago
Sana Ali - I love u Dublin
3 weeks ago
Karen Prunty - Leona Kiernan Kieran Martin Thomas Martin
3 weeks ago
Susanne Morgan - You might want to add that boots in the loop area is also after security (you did mention it for the T2 pharmacy)
        

3 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
If you're travelling through Dublin Airport this weekend, remember to arrive at least 90 minutes before your flight is due to depart. If you're parking a car, allow an extra 30 minutes. For more useful traveller tips see https://www.dublinai...rmation/top-tips
3 weeks ago
Bozena Lukianiuk - Fast track :D
3 weeks ago
Maciej Drozdowski - Bozena Lukianiuk ;-)
3 weeks ago
Polycarp Banfield - Adam Sheridan !
        

3 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Can you run fast enough to keep up with a light aircraft? If the answer is yes, you won't want to miss this amazing opportunity.

For a limited time only, we're offering paragliding sessions here at Dublin Airport. But hurry, places are limited. To book your spot visit http://ow.ly/O62C30ap1pr
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3 weeks ago
Krista Lawless - This may be better for you than the warrior race. Emmet O'Hanlon
3 weeks ago
Donna Dowdall - There you go Sean Duffy. You can do that on way home 😊😊
3 weeks ago
Antoinette Dwyer - Good one. Happy April 1st!!!
3 weeks ago
Andrew Monks - This would be a great photo without the paraglider!
3 weeks ago
Lukasz Gancarz - Is the A380 still coming even if the runway is too short? Or can he land on R10 only? Because 28 is shorter?
3 weeks ago
Brian Kelly - Brilliant! 😂
3 weeks ago
Ignat Justname - Paragliding over an International airport? Now, that takes some courage. :D
3 weeks ago
MarkJames Ryan - Aww when it was only Pier A & Pier B 😃
3 weeks ago
David Frances Sullivan - This I want to do
3 weeks ago
Kevin Byrne - Paul Hogan, why go all the way to Wicklow when you can go toe to toe with an A320?
        

4 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
We found these precious items - including an invite for JP Dunne to a 1932 Mansion House event to mark the end of the Eucharistic Congress of Dublin - in T2 yesterday.

We're sure they are of huge sentimental value to their owner. Please share to help us find them and message us if they belong to you.
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3 weeks ago
Betsy Roessner - Dublin Airport impressed me with their extremely kind owner search!
4 weeks ago
Sheila Dunne Powell - Thank you so much for finding us!!! These are priceless photos:)
4 weeks ago
Edel C Redmond - Cliona Dunne call me
        

4 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport has entered into a three-year partnership with the award-winning Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s National Theatre.

The partnership, which commences this week, will promote 15 plays from the Abbey Theatre this year via the airport’s digital display screens in the arrivals hall in Terminals 1 and 2. Further productions will be supported in 2018 and 2019 and Dublin Airport will be named on all promotion and advertising associated with the Abbey Theatre in the programme for each year.

The digital screens will promote all 15 plays to about 40,000 passengers arriving into Dublin Airport daily. The screens will also be seen by many people who come to meet relatives and friends as well as the thousands of staff working at Dublin Airport.

The partnership between the two organisations falls under a new campaign entitled ‘Where Stories Go Beyond’ which plays on the concept of the airport as the place where the passenger’s story begins and the Abbey Theatre as the national stage for sharing stories about Irish culture and history.

Promotion of the Abbey Theatre productions gets underway at Dublin Airport this week. The first play to be advertised at the airport is The Corn Exchange’s acclaimed Dublin by Lamplight by Michael West, in collaboration with the company, and directed by Annie Ryan, with an arresting poster image of leading Irish actor, Louis Lovett, who plays Willy Hayes in the production, used on the digital screens.

“We are delighted to present these plays in association with the Abbey Theatre which fits perfectly with our ethos of promoting tourism, visitor attractions and Irish culture to all our customers,” said Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison. “Dublin Airport is a key gateway to the island of Ireland, as more than two thirds of all air passengers who arrive in Ireland use Dublin Airport,” he added.

“Our collaboration with the Abbey Theatre means that all 15 productions will feature on 30 of our digital screens reaching an international and national audience of over 40,000 people daily,” he said.

Other features of the partnership will include surprise pop-up performances by the Abbey Theatre at Dublin Airport for both passengers and staff to enjoy.

“We are delighted to team up with Dublin Airport on this new sponsorship partnership. Adverts promoting the Abbey Theatre’s 2017 programme of plays will be seen by over 28 million passengers coming through Dublin Airport this year. It is our hope that this will attract more visitors to the Abbey Theatre, where currently, 15% of our audience is made up of tourists. The Abbey Theatre is a theatre for everyone and we are keen to welcome as many new faces as possible, from across the world, to the Abbey Theatre in the years to come,” said Graham Mc Laren and Neil Murray, Directors of the Abbey Theatre.

Passengers arriving in Dublin Airport will be the first to discover details of the Abbey Theatre’s exciting new 2017 programme of plays featuring works from Samuel Beckett, James Joyce and Roddy Doyle, as well as exciting adaptations of major films such as Jimmy’s Hall and Room with international artists, theatre and dance companies.

The Abbey Theatre will entertain over 120,000 people from Ireland and overseas including the US and Canada, Northern Ireland and UK and Europe during 2017. The Abbey Theatre has toured extensively since 1911 and last year toured in the US, Canada, United Kingdom and Europe.
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4 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
This is Howth in Co. Dublin today. If you're visiting it's a must see.
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4 weeks ago
Evelyn Foley - Jason, we can take you here if you want to visit the coast.
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Margaret Rinne - Did so last Monday☘️
4 weeks ago
Jesper Engelbrecht Bertelsen - Yep, did it last year .. Awesome place
4 weeks ago
John Breslin - My most favourite place to spend a Sunday afternoon.
4 weeks ago
Brigitt Elissa - Been there! Beautiful town.
4 weeks ago
Michael Power - We are here. Its great
4 weeks ago
Trudie Hi - Looooooove it ♥ this is paradise on earth!
4 weeks ago
Anne Doyle - Just there love it
4 weeks ago
Martin Foley - This is a fantastic place to see
        

4 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
It's almost time to put the clocks forward.
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4 weeks ago
Derek Baitson - Shaun Redmond DAA told you so
4 weeks ago
Flor Ruidera - Back to 7 hr gap Mommy Luz 😊
4 weeks ago
Renata Alves Mendes - Josiane Martins
4 weeks ago
Caoimhe McCabe - Áine Keenan
4 weeks ago
Gen Ner - i always forget about plus one. ineed to sleep now. :(
4 weeks ago
Neil Randall - Dublin Airport your forgetting that there is no daylight savings time in zulu clocks
4 weeks ago
John Naughton - Cassandra Tooley
4 weeks ago
Antóin Mac An Fhleisteir - Every eastbound transatlantic flight arriving an hour late. :P
4 weeks ago
Cliona Donoghue - Naoise DeGraaff
4 weeks ago
Gianluca Paolella - Tonight?