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25 minutes ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Local schools and choirs will bring festive cheer to passengers coming home for Christmas, visitors to Ireland and to those waiting on the arrival of their loved ones at Dublin Airport.

To view the full entertainment schedule, see: http://ow.ly/ObdS30hfw3T
Local schools and choirs will bring festive cheer to passengers coming
        

5 hours ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Gaelscoil Cholmcille performing in Terminal 1.
4 hours ago
Catherine Barrett - Brid Barrett . you night be lucky
4 hours ago
Maureen O'connor - Galanta. Maith sibh. 🎅🎅🎅
        

1 day ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Virgin Mary Girls’ National School Ballymun welcoming passengers in Terminal 1. #DUBXMAS
1 day ago
Doreen O Connor - Brilliant well done girls x
1 day ago
Linda Muldoon - VMGS well done ladies xx
1 day ago
Yiota Koutsodimitropoulou - I wish I was there!!!Maybe next year!!!!!!!!
1 day ago
Merci Rogers - Thank you for a warm welcoming
1 day ago
Jackie Byrne - They are brilliant
1 day ago
Natasha Cooney - Excellent girls well done 🎄🎄
1 day ago
Natalie Fitzgerald - Aw lovely, well done girls😊
1 day ago
Antoinette Doyle - Well done sounds brilliant ❤❤❤
1 day ago
Adrienne Delaney - Well done the mun x
1 day ago
Ashling Martin - Brilliant well done 👏🎄🎅
        

1 day ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Almost 1,000 performers from local schools and choirs will be rocking around the Christmas tree at Dublin Airport over the next 11 days, bringing some festive cheer to passengers coming home for Christmas, visitors to Ireland and to those waiting on the arrival of their loved ones.

There will be entertainment in the Arrivals area of both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 from Wednesday, December 13

Ryan Tubridy’s RTE Radio One show will broadcast live from Arrivals in Terminal 2 from 9-10am on Friday December 22 and 2FM’s Nikki Byrne and Jenny Greene will also broadcast their show live from 10am – 1pm on the same day.

This year will be one of the airport’s busiest musical schedules ever, according to Dublin Airport Spokesperson, Audrey O’Hagan. “We have almost 40 performances taking place between both terminals up to Christmas Eve.

“Many schools, choral societies and music groups love to come back to perform for passengers every year and we’re delighted to see the return of some old friends again this Christmas.”

Rolestown NS, St Stephen’s NS, Gaelscoil Cholmcille, St. Margaret’s NS, Mary Queen of Ireland NS, Portmarnock Community School, St. Cronan’s Junior NS, Scoil an Duinnínigh and Scoil Mhuire are just some of the schools from Fingal that will entertain passengers at the airport this Christmas.

“We would like to thank the children and teachers from all those schools who have taken time out from their daily school activities to perform for passengers. All these performances bring a very special atmosphere to the airport at Christmas,” Ms O’Hagan added.

Passengers arriving at night will be greeted by the Capuchin Soup Kitchen Choir, Young European Strings, Cor Duibhlinne and Comhaltas Ceoltórí Eireann from Portmarnock, the Airport Police and Fire Service Band, Fingal Gospel Choir and the Dublin Gospel choir amongst others.
Almost 1,000 performers from local schools and choirs will be rocking
16 hours ago
Niamh Quinn - Aine you might be lucky on Saturday!! 🎄🎅🏻🤶🏻🌟☃️
1 day ago
Deborah O'Hare - Gary O Hare Sandra Taylor Andy Andrew Taylor something to look forward to when you arrive 🎅
1 day ago
Ann Mangan - Eloise Ní Mhóngáin Dessie Ó Gaoithín big welcome awaits 🙏
1 day ago
Rashers Tierney - Very cute. The entertainment always gives me the fuzzies when I come home fro Christmas. Can´t wait!
1 day ago
Daniel Mark Driver - Jill Thwaite Aimee Barnes
1 day ago
Gabrielle Willets - Oh that'll be nice, I'm coming over on Friday night.
1 day ago
Damien MacAonghusa - Looking forward to this with both Virgin Mary GNS choir and also with Portmarnock Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann.
1 day ago
Kathleen Harding - Louise Harding a big welcome home for you on the 22nd..
        

2 days ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Children from St. Stephen’s NS Navan welcoming passengers to Terminal 1. #DUBXMAS
1 day ago
Karen Reddington Lyons - Thats a fab welcome for all the weary travellers.... Well done guys 😁
1 day ago
Ann Dunne - Well done, just need to smile and look a bit happier..🎄
1 day ago
Lynda Macmorrow - Wonder if they will meet me tomorrow lol
2 days ago
Kathleen Gallagher - Brilliant well done Ciara and classmates 😍😍
2 days ago
Joanne Kavanagh - Awh that's brilliant. A great welcome home for xmas😍
2 days ago
Samantha Ronan McEntee - Well done to the Boys & Girls of St Stephens School Navan 👏👏🎅🎅
2 days ago
Niall Whyte - Well done Aoibhe and all the choir!
2 days ago
Ursula Johnson - WOW, well done St. Stephens. Brilliant as always xx
2 days ago
Aisling Mccoy - Well done st.stephens...fab as always x
2 days ago
Suzanne Scanlon - What a lovely welcome to Ireland 🇮🇪
        

3 days ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Wonderful winter sunrise this morning.

Images by Philip Bromwell, Danny Joyce, Rory Cashin, and @jeremieworld on Twitter.
Photos from Dublin Airport's post
3 days ago
Rita Crespo - Esse aeroporto e lindo
        

4 days ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
We've opened a new €22 million boarding gate area.

The new South Gates area, which will be used mainly by Aer Lingus for flights to the UK and continental Europe, has five boarding gates serving nine aircraft parking stands.

Passengers will walk out to the aircraft, allowing airlines a fast turnaround time for their operation. A shuttle bus service from an existing lounge at Gate 335 will operate every two minutes on a continuous loop bringing passengers to and from the new boarding gate facility.

“The huge growth that we have had in passenger numbers in recent years created significant demand for extra boarding gate space and aircraft parking stands and this new facility meets those requirements in a modern flexible way,” said Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison. “We have worked closely with our airline customers to deliver a quality new facility in a rapid timeframe,” he added.

The South Gates boarding area is part of a €100 million plus investment programme at Dublin Airport this year, as improvements are made to existing passenger and airfield areas and new facilities are delivered.

More info here ow.ly/oHek30h8Nvt
2 days ago
Keith G McMahon - People don’t want to use buses at airports
3 days ago
Gary Levine - Will ryanair Dublin to Manchester flight be using the new south gates
4 days ago
Sinead O'Reilly - Not good at all. Off a plane in Dublin and walk into south terminal, walk out of this Terminal and onto a bus then into Terminal 2. Never mind checking in in T2 and having to walk to T1 leaving Dublin. I'm glad they are proud of this. I'll be flying with Ryanair
4 days ago
Stuart Ashmore - How long is the walk from security at t2 to the new gates
4 days ago
Michael Murray - Why are Aer Lingus getting new facilities when Ryanair has more growth in T1?
4 days ago
Ashley Brown - Great to see Dublin Airport constantly growing. People moan and complain but Dublin Airport is thriving and constantly growing which is fantastic for the economy and the knock on affect it has on other industries. Revenue, job creation the list is endless.You talk to any American and they will tell you its by far the best airport they've been through especially flying to the US.
4 days ago
Brion O Saigheas - Will there ever be a rail link to dublin airport, we way behind on this vital infrastruture
4 days ago
Kevin Kelehan - Not impressed, if you pay for Terminal 2 experience and then get shunted down to a bus off the 1970's 300 gates it defeats the purpose of paying extra to use T2 in the first place.
4 days ago
Ulick Burke - Terminal 1 or 2 doesn't say
4 days ago
Richard Shiggins - Do not like bus transfers .
        

4 days ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Due to the knock-on impact of yesterday's weather in London, our airline partners have cancelled five departures to Heathrow Airport today.

Please check with your airline. ow.ly/rgGq30h8CMM
4 days ago
Anna Mikolajczyk - Sarah Smith I know yours is tomorrow but...
4 days ago
Lisa Lynam - Mary Hennessy keep an eye on urs
4 days ago
Serena Milani - Stefano Ceolotto
4 days ago
Ni Domhnaill Sharron - Gareth Doyle
4 days ago
Jackie Valente - Sue Valente 🙈 hope its not your flight xx
4 days ago
Laura O'Neill - Conor Cummins i hope your flight got out 🛫
4 days ago
Michelle Connolly - Lizzy Snelgrove
        

4 days ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Snow at some UK andcontinental European airports is affecting our flight schedule today.

Please check with your airline for the latest information.
        

6 days ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
More than 2.1 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport last month, making it the busiest November in the airport’s history. Passenger numbers were up 7% during the month.

Passenger volumes to and from continental Europe grew by 8% with more than 992,000 people travelling to European destinations during the month.

UK traffic remained static with over 833,000 passengers travelling to and from UK destinations in November.
Transatlantic volumes increased by 23% with more than 238,000 passengers travelling to and from North America during the month.

Other international passenger traffic, which includes flights to the Middle East, grew by 17% with almost 64,000 passengers travelling this route sector in November.

Passenger numbers on domestic flights rose by 3%, with almost 7,000 travelling on domestic routes during the month.

Dublin Airport has welcomed over 27.4 million passengers in the first 11 months of the year, a 6% increase over the same period last year. More than 1.6 million extra passengers have travelled through the airport between January and November.

Over 1.4 million passengers chose Dublin Airport as a hub to connect to another destination, a 36% increase between January and November.
More than 2.1 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport last
6 days ago
6 days ago
Campean Iordanca - Am aproape 3 ani,de cind umblu pe coridoarele alea,,,e frumos.... dar cea mai mare placere e cind ajungi acasa.....
6 days ago
Jamie Gill - Well done to all staff.
        

1 week ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
A total of 60 community groups will share €400,000 from the first allocation from Dublin Airport’s new €10 million Community Fund.

The organisations that are being funded comprise 43 successful applicants and 17 groups which were previously supported by Dublin Airport in a multi-year agreement and are now backed by the Fund as part of a transition arrangement.

The Fund is also supporting up to 10 students per year from economically disadvantaged backgrounds to enable them to attend Dublin City University (DCU) via its Access Programme.

Dublin Airport’s €10 million Community Fund was launched during the summer with an annual investment of €400,000 over the next 25 years. Support is focused on areas such as; environment and sustainability, sports and recreation, social inclusion and community development, health and well-being, and culture and heritage.

See more: http://ow.ly/UI0430h4AZe

Our picture shows students from DCU’s Access Programme, which is supported by the Dublin Airport Community Fund: George Mihailescu from Tyrrelstown, Uduak Umo from Swords, Sidney Adeleye from Swords, and Daniel Harvey, from Ballymun.
A total of 60 community groups will share €400,000 from the first al
        

1 week ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
We're decking the (departures) halls as we prepare for the busy Christmas season. #DUBXmas
We're decking the (departures) halls as we prepare for the busy Christ
1 week ago
Alan Hammond - The poor oul tree outside didn't look too healthy this morning, after last night's wind 😭🎄
1 week ago
Alexis Mitt-Meehan - Looking forward to seeing this next week in person!!!
1 week ago
Joachim Henkel - really beautiful!
1 week ago
Maria Jeffries - We shall be in terminal 2 tomorrow on way to boston looking forward to seen it all done up 👍👍☘️☘️
1 week ago
Susan Laverty - Jenny Van Heerden Laverty this time last year December we were just getting ready to go to SA for a month Trevor van Heerden we miss you sooo much xoxoxoxoxo
1 week ago
Eddie Keaskin - Christmas tree looks amazing 🌲🎅
1 week ago
Barbara Boyle Friel - Fabulous tree♡
1 week ago
Fergie O Hanlon - Nice tree sure rte 2fm or Radio 1will be there soon🎅
1 week ago
Chris Henderson - Was there at 7 this morning!
1 week ago
Faye Barnard - No .. can’t wait 🍀 xx Anna Smith
        

1 week ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
New year, same Christmas security tips. Our team is here to help, so if you or someone you know is travelling this festive season, follow these simple steps. #NoSnowGlobes
1 week ago
Brona Kennedy - Aoife Forkin just as well you were bringing that Snow Globe home & not trying to get it out thru security @ Dublin 😜😜😜😜
1 week ago
Sarah Coll - Tara O' Connor better unpack all those snowglobes...
1 week ago
Paul Bonner - Molly McDonnell just so you're all prepared 😂
1 week ago
John Mullen - Remember this information.
1 week ago
Lizette Theunissen - Marlous Theunissen weet je nog die sneeuwbal met het konien?
1 week ago
Joanne McCarthy - Love Dublin and hope to get back their soon, and even look at the aeroplanes in the airport.
1 week ago
Sally Ann Ryall - Kim Ryall can't bring you a snow globe 🎄
1 week ago
Eimear Collier - Melissa Clarke should show this to her
1 week ago
Julie Murray - Emily Murray😊leave the snow globes at home😂
1 week ago
Fergie O Hanlon - Will radio 1 be there the 22nd December thanks.
        

1 week ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Our Instagram followers have been busy liking our photos 📸 Here are some of their favourites. Don't forget to tag us in your photos using #dublinairport Have you followed us yet?
Photos from Dublin Airport's post
1 week ago
Aldenice De Lima Barbosa Noleto - Td muito lindo. 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
1 week ago
Marcos Roger - i m son u2 brasil
1 week ago
Marcos Roger - i m son u2 brasil
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Ann Mcdonnell - Left at 4.30pm to this beautiful view
        

2 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Throwback to the new check-in and shopping areas which were part of a €1M refurbishment project completed in 1987.
#ThrowbackThursday
Photos from Dublin Airport's post
1 week ago
Ruth Thewlis - OMG, moves from FR Dawson street to DAP in 1987 so remember it well!!
1 week ago
Neil Willoughby - I remember those check in areas with fond memories
        

2 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
The Department of Justice and Equality, which operates immigration at Dublin Airport via the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS), has installed new electronic passport machines in T1 and T2.

The self-service machines use automatic facial recognition and passport reading technology to conduct immigration checks on people arriving into the airport.

There will be 10 automatic passport control gates in T1 and 10 gates in T2. A Department of Justice and Equality spokesman said extra machines may be installed at the airport if it "makes operational and financial sense to do so".
The Department of Justice and Equality, which operates immigration at
1 week ago
Ian Walsh - I came through on Friday night. 2 out of the 10 were open and I'd say that about 1 in 3 people were getting through ok with the rest bounced to a new queue to get checked by a human. Also, and this is the most annoying bit, despite all your signs specifically saying that Irish Passport Cards were accepted it was only when I got to the machine that I was told that you plan on accepting them but you can not use them yet. Thanks a bunch!!
2 weeks ago
Theo Schonken - Aaaaahhh so that explains the “construction” barriers that have been in place in T1 immigration recently. Going on a trip for a week this weekend. Can’t wait to try them when I get back!!!
2 weeks ago
Denise Quinn - Work fine in Germany too, but only for German ID cards so guess the ones in Dublin will only read Irish ID cards but they read every biometric passport regardless of nationality
2 weeks ago
Kevin Ryan - The new electronic passport machines in Heathrow T5 (UK and Ireland connections passport control) are fantastic. No more queues. It was really annoying before the machines went in. Hopefully the new machines in Dublin will have an equally positive effect.
2 weeks ago
Robert Murphy - Are there Age restrictions on the use of the machines.
2 weeks ago
Frances Conlon Kinsella - About time when flying home from London you spend more time queuing for passport control than you do on the flight.
2 weeks ago
Nicole Mc Hugh - Great news Will make things much easier and ques will go faster 😀 the Daa progression is amazing to see 😀
2 weeks ago
Andrei Ivanoff - Is it gonna work only for biometrical passports or for ID cards too? 🤔
2 weeks ago
Darerca Tupponi - Will these be able to scan ID cards used by EU citizens who don't use passports? For example in the case of italian ID cards?
2 weeks ago
Paul Doyle - Great news but will there's ones also only work 9-5 or will they be open all the time?
        

3 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Congratulations Morgan Geraghty. You're the winner of flights to Stuttgart in Germany with Ryanair. Thanks to everyone who entered. For more on Ryanair's services visit http://www.ryanair.com
Congratulations Morgan Geraghty.  You're the winner of flights to Stut
2 weeks ago
Tiina-Marja Knuuttila - I am in a process of booking a ticket online and what do I see!? I need to pay a "Payment fee€ 1.37" for the booking. Could somebody please explain how I can make a booking without paying to avoid the fee??!!!! This is not even any faint excuse for using a credit or debit card - the fee comes up before I have even entered any card details.
3 weeks ago
Jenny Garrett - Congrats, enjoy
3 weeks ago
Peter Golden - well done,be sure to visit the Porsche Museum there, it's cool!
3 weeks ago
Maeve Cronin - Congratulations and enjoy :-)
        

3 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
To celebrate Ryanair's new direct daily service from Dublin to Stuttgart we've got return tickets for 2 to give away.

To enter, just like this post and answer the following question.

Ray Houghton scored a legendary goal for Ireland in Stuttgart during Euro '88 against which team?

a) France
b) England
c) Spain

T&Cs apply see http://ow.ly/jTtV30gLKNM

Good luck everyone.
To celebrate Ryanair's new direct daily service from Dublin to Stuttga
2 weeks ago
Bernice Naughton - Answer is B. I would love to win this and take Cáit NicConmara away for a well deserved weekend 😍
2 weeks ago
Carmel Naughton - Answer is B.Would love to win this for my daughter Bernice Naughton...Seeing the silly eejit missed her flight to London this morning.🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
2 weeks ago
Lena Wagenfuehr - Omg! Why are there no functioning water fountains in terminal 1?! Word of advice- in the place where the Ryanair flights board, you're not going to have big spenders! #knowyouraudience
2 weeks ago
Kate McLoone - England I remember the craic we all had during the tournament, the roars in the pubs when he hit that ball into the net and the buzz at the homecoming! Great days!
2 weeks ago
Olga Foley - England. Would love to revisit Stuttgart. Was there many years ago and I would brinf my husband Neil Donaghy
3 weeks ago
Kathleen Kelly Heviken - England ahh remember it well #you'llneverbeattheirish# anthem reached fever pitch. Would love to win this amazing prize and visit the lovely city of Stuttgart. 👍🍀❤👌
3 weeks ago
Adam Cramp - England I'd love to fly again I miss the buzz of Dublin and the excitement as we taxi out to the runway hopefully using 28 looking out the window hoping to see some aircraft
3 weeks ago
Barry Leonard - B. England. Remember standing on Parnell St in Dublin when the team came home. The crowds, the happiness all around. Wonderful memories 🇮🇪
3 weeks ago
Ruth P Moran - England but it was a win for both Ireland and my friend Sinead Cryan who survived a bicycle accident and would love to share another journey this time without a bicycle ❤️🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀
3 weeks ago
Amanda Browne - The answer is England. I would love to win this ✈️👌
        

3 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
To celebrate Ryanair's new direct daily service to Stuttgart from Dublin Airport, we have return flights for two to give away.

For many Irish people of a certain age, Stuttgart in Germany conjures up images of Ray Houghton scoring what was possibly the greatest goal in the history of Irish football in 1988, but it's a city with so much more to offer.

To enter just like this post and tell us in the comment box below who Ireland were playing against in that famous Euro '88 game. Was it

a) France
b) England
c) Spain

Terms & Conditions apply. See http://ow.ly/P15D30gKJux
To celebrate Ryanair's new direct daily service to Stuttgart from Dubl
2 weeks ago
Brónagh Gåwlėy - England! I have wanted to see Stuttgart for years. It's such a beautiful place. Would be nice to nab a romantic getaway with my partner Declan Robson 😍😍
3 weeks ago
Kathleen Kelly Heviken - England. Wow Fab prize, remember it well anthem of the day #you'llneverbeattheirish# Would love to win this amazing prize and visit the lovely city of Stuttgart 👌❤🍀
3 weeks ago
Francis Murphy - England, would love to relive those happy memories
3 weeks ago
Theresa Loftus - B) England, does Ray Houghton go on trip too...
3 weeks ago
Noelle Burke - England. This would be amazing to win for our upcoming 10th wedding anniversary and the icing on the cake for my birthday Christmas day x
3 weeks ago
Eoin Faherty - England in the Neckar Stadium Was behind the goal when Ray Houghton scored that famous goal
3 weeks ago
Eugene O Grady - England. Was behind the goals when ray scored. One of the best day's of my life, and celebrated for a while after. Brilliant night in a great spot
3 weeks ago
Niamh Smith - 'Twas England! Would love a chance to revisit Germany 😍
3 weeks ago
Dolores Moore - England were the team when Houghton scored the goal . 88' was the year Ireland were on a roll,Stuttgart was the place were all the magic was done , would love to go with Ryanair and have great fun .
3 weeks ago
Gemma Powney - (b) England. Can't beat Ryanair for the bargains.
        

3 weeks ago by Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport
Ever wondered how you resurface the main runway at Ireland's busiest airport?

This is how we do it.

Almost every night since last November, a construction team of up to 200 people has been hard at work doing exactly that. The job must be done at night as the main runway 10/28 has to close to allow for the work to take place.

The 18-month runway upgrade, which includes a complete resurfacing and the installation of new ground lighting systems, is essential to ensure that Dublin Airport’s main runway can continue to operate safely.

Runway 10/28 opened in 1989, handles about 95% of all flights at Dublin Airport and is a critical piece of Ireland’s national infrastructure. This is the first time that the runway has had a full overhaul.

The numbers:
• 200 construction workers
• 150 pieces of machinery safely moved on and off the runway every night
• 100,000 tonnes of new asphalt
• 200 km of new electrical cable
• 10 km of new electrical ducting
• 1,700 new LED lights
• 66% reduction in energy usage
3 weeks ago
Mary Halpin - My grandad worked on the first runway in the Airport. He be delighted to see how much we moved on . Plus I have worked near one stage of doing runway about 15 years ago was Clare Civil doing who got the contract all the staff were from the south bare the boss . Plus it gives work to Irish men that work with the DAA to bring the traffic back fort with air traffic control. They built the new parking area for planes . Was well done by all staff......
3 weeks ago
Anne Connell - I know two of these men working on that runway at night. Two very hard working lads... keep up the good work Dale and Neil
3 weeks ago
Stephen Lynch - Is there a new runway being built for the a 380 with all the work going on at the back of the airport
3 weeks ago
Garrett Carey - Uk company doing it ,,why is a Irish company doing it 😵
3 weeks ago
Larry Graves - No locals need apply...
3 weeks ago
Dave West - Impressively well co-ordinated the way they get so much work done in a such a small timeframe each night!!
3 weeks ago
Natalie Puig - 18 months for one runway? I watched a documentary last night about them doing the same thing in Dubai international airport and it only took 80 days to do 2 runways. Are the runways there smaller than in Dublin airport?
3 weeks ago
John Mc - My Mam was there beside Charlie Haughey for the opening of that runway in her Red Aer Rianta uniform
3 weeks ago
Jason Goggin - Lagan construction group (UK) doing the work? No chance the county council could bang that out in one night 😂
3 weeks ago
Soeren Kuehling - it's great how fast these roadworks are done overnight. not just at the airport. Today crap surface and tomorrow morning smooth new black asphalt