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Dublin Airport Arrivals (DUB)

Arrivals
Departures
Arriving from
Airline
Flight no.
Time span
Arriving from Airline Flight no. Scheduled Details
Bristol (BRS) Ryanair FR 507 15:05
Arrived 15:05
Stansted (STN) Ryanair FR 225 18:10
Arrived 15:05
Edinburgh (EDI) Ryanair FR 817 13:45
Arrived 15:15
Bologna (BLQ) Ryanair FR 9457 15:25
Arrived 15:25
Lanzarote (ACE) Ryanair FR 7125 15:25
Arrived 15:25
Carrickfinn (CFN) Aer Lingus EI 3403 15:35
Cancelled
Carrickfinn (CFN) Etihad Airways EY 7890 15:35
Cancelled
Carrickfinn (CFN) British Airways BA 8919 15:35
Cancelled
Luton (LTN) Ryanair FR 338 15:35
Arrived 15:35
Heathrow (LHR) Aer Lingus EI 163 15:45
Arrived 15:40
Heathrow (LHR) United Airlines UA 7651 15:40
Arrived 15:40
Heathrow (LHR) Etihad Airways EY 7979 15:40
Arrived 15:40
Heathrow (LHR) Air Canada AC 6921 15:40
Arrived 15:40
Heathrow (LHR) British Airways BA 5963 15:45
Arrived 15:40
Sofia (SOF) Ryanair FR 6015 15:40
Arrived 15:40
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) Air France AF 1116 15:45
Arrived 15:45
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) Atlasglobal KK 7447 15:45
Arrived 15:45
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) Aeroflot SU 3160 15:45
Arrived 15:45
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) Delta Air Lines DL 8286 15:45
Arrived 15:45
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) Jet Airways (India) 9W 6804 15:45
Arrived 15:45
London City (LCY) British Airways BA 4466 15:55
Arrived 15:55
London City (LCY) Aer Lingus EI 8366 15:55
Arrived 15:55
Birmingham (BHX) Ryanair FR 671 15:55
Arrived 15:55
Gatwick (LGW) Ryanair FR 123 16:10
Arrived 16:10
Gatwick (LGW) Aer Lingus EI 239 16:15
Arrived 16:15
Gatwick (LGW) British Airways BA 5909 16:15
Arrived 16:15
Manchester (MAN) Ryanair FR 561 16:15
Expected 16:15
Eastleigh near Southampton (SOU) Flybe BE 385 16:15
Arrived 16:15
Eastleigh near Southampton (SOU) Aer Lingus EI 8485 16:15
Arrived 16:15
Eastleigh near Southampton (SOU) Etihad Airways EY 6136 16:15
Arrived 16:15
Lanzarote (ACE) Aer Lingus EI 777 16:20
Arrived 16:20
Lanzarote (ACE) Etihad Airways EY 7870 16:20
Arrived 16:20
Glasgow (GLA) Ryanair FR 5773 16:35
Arrived 16:35
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) KLM KL 937 16:40
Arrived 16:40
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Xiamen Airlines MF 9997 16:40
Arrived 16:40
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Delta Air Lines DL 9428 16:40
Arrived 16:40
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Gol G3 5565 16:40
Arrived 16:40
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Aeroflot SU 3406 16:40
Arrived 16:40
Cardiff (CWL) Flybe BE 4525 16:45
Arrived 16:45
Cardiff (CWL) Etihad Airways EY 6114 16:45
Arrived 16:45
Cardiff (CWL) Aer Lingus EI 8425 16:45
Arrived 16:45
Aberdeen (ABZ) Aer Lingus EI 3243 14:30
Expected 16:50
Aberdeen (ABZ) British Airways BA 8923 16:50
En Route
Aberdeen (ABZ) Etihad Airways EY 7882 16:50
En Route
Heathrow (LHR) British Airways BA 826 16:50
Expected 16:50
Heathrow (LHR) American Airlines AA 6772 16:50
Expected 16:50
Heathrow (LHR) Aer Lingus EI 8326 16:50
Expected 16:50
London City (LCY) Cityjet WX 121 16:55
Arrived 16:55
Stockholm (ARN) SAS SK 2565 17:00
Expected 17:00
Newcastle (NCL) Aer Lingus EI 3357 17:00
En Route
Newcastle (NCL) British Airways BA 8897 17:00
En Route
Newcastle (NCL) Etihad Airways EY 5167 17:00
En Route
Frankfurt (FRA) Lufthansa LH 980 17:05
Expected 17:10
Frankfurt (FRA) LATAM Airlines Brasil JJ 6026 17:10
Expected 17:10
Frankfurt (FRA) Austrian OS 7473 17:10
Expected 17:10
Stuttgart (STR) Ryanair FR 8999 17:30
En Route
Edinburgh (EDI) Aer Lingus EI 3255 17:30
En Route
Edinburgh (EDI) Etihad Airways EY 7922 17:30
En Route
Edinburgh (EDI) British Airways BA 8855 17:30
En Route
Prague (PRG) Ryanair FR 7327 17:35
En Route
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Aer Lingus EI 609 17:30
Expected 17:40
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) British Airways BA 8967 17:40
En Route
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Etihad Airways EY 7865 17:40
En Route
Birmingham (BHX) Ryanair FR 667 14:35
Expected 17:40
Hamburg (HAM) Ryanair FR 8512 17:40
Expected 17:40
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) Aer Lingus EI 527 17:40
En Route
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) British Airways BA 8943 17:40
En Route
Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport Arrivals

The airport of Dublin is capable of handling up to thirty-five million passengers per annum, but currently sees approximately 18 million per year. It is rated as the largest airport on the island of Ireland, one of ten busiest airports in Europe and the seventeenth busiest airport in the world in terms of international traffic. The airport is recognised by it’s official IATA code of DUB, and can be found approximately 10km north of Dublin city. Flights arrive at the airport from a wide variety of destinations and are operated by many airline companies. The Dublin Airport arrival area is well equipped to welcome business passengers and those travelling for leisure purposes.

The location of Dublin Airport is north of Dublin city, nearby to the eastern coastline of Ireland, and is almost bordered on it’s eastern side by the Irish sea. South of the airport and Dublin are the areas of Dun Laoghaire, Greystones, Wicklow, Gorey and Wexford, and to the north are the towns of Swords, Drogheda, Dundalk. Newry and Belfast are to the far north, and are cities in Northern Ireland. West of the airport lie the areas of Tyrrelstown, Maynooth, Enfield, Kinnegad, Athlone and Galway. Due to the airport’s position so nearby to Dublin city, it serves as a major gateway to Ireland, and the arrival point for many types of passengers.

The airport is well connected to many of the most prominent airports in the world, for example, London-Heathrow, which is the top international destination of Dublin airport served. Flights arrive from the other London airports as well, which include Stansted, Gatwick, Luton and the London City Airport. Many flights also arrive from the two larger airports in Paris, from the airports in New York city and from the two airports of Frankfurt. The airport serves as the headquarters of three airline companies, namely, Aer Lingus, Ryanair and Aer Arann. Some of Aer Lingus’ destinations include Milan, Nice, Munich, Manchester, Chicago, Barcelona, Tenerife-South, Toulouse, Vienna, Lisbon and Edinburgh, while Ryanair’s destinations include Gran Canaria, Faro, Girona, Glasgow-Prestwick, Grenoble, Madrid, Budapest, Birmingham and Brussels-South Charleroi.

Dublin arrivals may land at one of either two terminals, as in 2010, the airport received a new building for passenger operations, named as Terminal 2. This large terminal, of 75,000 square metres, serves mainly long-haul flights and flights operated by Aer Lingus, even though it was designed to meet the needs of short-haul flights as well. Perpendicular to Terminal 2, Pier E was constructed as well, with boarding gates 401 to 426, and has parking for up to 19 aircraft. A new multi-storey car park for short-term parking was also built for the convenience of Terminal 2 passengers. Passengers on flights from the following airline companies can expect to arrive at Terminal 2: Aer Lingus, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, United Airlines and US Airways.

Terminal 1 is home to the airline companies with short-haul flights, as well as flights by Aer Lingus Regional. It has been the major passenger terminal since 1972, and is capable of handling many millions of passengers per annum. Linked to Terminal 1 by an elevated Skybridge is Pier D, opened in October 2007 with a 15,000 square metre departure area. This section of the airport is mainly used by Ryanair. Passengers will be arriving in Terminal 1 if they are on flights by the following (and more) airline companies: Aer Arann, airBaltic, Air Lingus Regional, Air Canada, Air France, Air Italy, Air Transat, BH Air, Blue Air, BMI, Bulgaria Air, Europe Airpost, Flybe, Germanwings, Iberia, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Orbest Orizonia Airlines, Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines, Thomson Airways, Travel Service, Tunisair and Turkish Airlines.

The Dublin Airport arrival areas are extremely well equipped to welcome their passengers, and both terminals have a vast quantity of passenger facilities. The terminals are accessible for disabled passengers as well. There are banking services and currency exchange offices, medical facilities and pharmacies, meeting rooms for corporate passengers, self-service post boxes, baby-changing areas, WiFi internet connections, a multi-faith prayer room and a huge variety of airport shops and restaurants, found nearby the arrival areas, and on the land side and air side of the terminal buildings. A left luggage facility is also available in the Terminal 1 Short-Term Car Park Atrium, adjacent to Terminal 2. Passengers who have had their baggage misplaced or damaged will find services for their assistance as well. A tourist information centre is available in the arrivals hall of Terminal 1, and is open daily from 08:00 to 20:00. The office can provide maps, Dublin city guides and tourist books, and here bus tickets can be purchased as well. Assistance can also be provided with the booking of accommodation.

Persons collecting arriving passengers from Terminal 2 can make use of the dedicated meeting point adjacent to the Spar shop in the arrivals hall. Provide your friend/family member who will be waiting at the airport with your flight number, the airport from where you departed, the time and date of your flight and the correct arrival terminal. Keep in mind that time should be allowed for customs and the collection of baggage. The short-term car parks are ideal for persons waiting for passengers on arrival flights.

Arriving passengers have many options for onward travel from the airport. Over 700 buses arrive at the airport every day, and take passengers to the railway stations of Dublin (Connolly and Heuston), to the city centre, and to many other areas in and around Dublin, including Greystones, Maynooth, Swords, Enfield, Athlone, Galway, Limerick, Cork, Waterford, Wexford, Gorey and Drogheda. Passengers can travel by taxi to areas which are within thirty kilometres of the airport. There is no train station at the airport, but in the future there may be an underground link to Swords and the city. Another option is car hire, from one of the car rental companies. They include Hertz, Avis, Europcar, Budget, Auto Europa, Easycar, Alamo, National, Thrifty, Dollar and Enterprise, and many have rental counters in both terminals. In Terminal 1, the car hire desks are found in the arrivals hall, and in Terminal 2, they are found in the multi-storey car park building.

Live Dublin arrival flights can be viewed online, and the airport can be contacted for further information regarding arrival facilities, at +353 (0)1 814 1111.

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