Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport (DUB)

Dublin Airport Departures (DUB)

Flying to
Flight no.
Time span
Flying to Airliner Flight no. Scheduled Details
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Ryanair FR 3104 15:10
Newburgh (SWF) Norwegian Air International D8* 1763 15:20
Departed 15:20
Heathrow (LHR) Aer Lingus EI 172 15:30
Heathrow (LHR) Etihad Airways EY 7957 15:20
Heathrow (LHR) British Airways BA 5972 15:30
Birmingham (BHX) Ryanair FR 672 15:25
Heathrow (LHR) British Airways BA 837 15:30
Heathrow (LHR) JAL JL 7822 15:30
Heathrow (LHR) American Airlines AA 6771 15:30
Heathrow (LHR) Aer Lingus EI 8337 15:30
London City (LCY) Cityjet WX 118 15:30
Brussels (BRU) Aer Lingus EI 638 15:30
Brussels (BRU) British Airways BA 8974 15:30
Brussels (BRU) Etihad Airways EY 7897 15:30
Stansted (STN) Ryanair FR 294 15:30
Gatwick (LGW) Ryanair FR 116 16:10
Manchester (MAN) Aer Lingus EI 210 15:50
Manchester (MAN) Etihad Airways EY 7993 15:50
Manchester (MAN) British Airways BA 2080 15:50
Manchester (MAN) Ryanair FR 556 14:35
Luton (LTN) Ryanair FR 337 16:00
Departed 16:00
Munich (MUC) Aer Lingus EI 356 16:00
Departed 16:00
Munich (MUC) British Airways BA 2090 16:00
Departed 16:00
London City (LCY) British Airways BA 4467 16:00
Departed 16:00
London City (LCY) Aer Lingus EI 8367 16:00
Departed 16:00
Birmingham (BHX) Aer Lingus EI 272 13:50
Birmingham (BHX) United Airlines UA 7664 16:00
Birmingham (BHX) British Airways BA 2104 16:00
Birmingham (BHX) Etihad Airways EY 7893 16:00
Cologne (CGN) Ryanair FR 8035 16:10
Departed 16:10
Katowice (KTW) Ryanair FR 5346 14:05
Departed 16:15
Zurich (ZRH) Aer Lingus EI 348 17:00
Departed 16:15
Zurich (ZRH) British Airways BA 2086 16:15
Departed 16:15
Heathrow (LHR) Aer Lingus EI 174 16:30
Departed 16:20
Heathrow (LHR) British Airways BA 5974 16:30
Departed 16:20
Heathrow (LHR) Etihad Airways EY 7989 16:20
Departed 16:20
Copenhagen (CPH) Ryanair FR 161 16:25
Departed 16:25
Brussels (BRU) Ryanair FR 1456 16:30
Departed 16:30
Rome Ciampino (CIA) Ryanair FR 9434 16:30
Departed 16:30
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) Air France AF 1117 16:35
Departed 16:35
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) Jet Airways (India) 9W 6810 16:35
Departed 16:35
Stansted (STN) Ryanair FR 211 16:45
Departed 16:45
Eastleigh near Southampton (SOU) Flybe BE 386 16:45
Eastleigh near Southampton (SOU) Etihad Airways EY 6081 16:45
Eastleigh near Southampton (SOU) Aer Lingus EI 8486 16:45
London City (LCY) Cityjet WX 122 16:45
Frankfurt (FRA) Aer Lingus EI 656 17:00
Frankfurt (FRA) British Airways BA 8980 16:50
Frankfurt (FRA) Etihad Airways EY 7935 16:50
Murcia (MJV) Ryanair FR 7094 13:00
Krakow (KRK) Ryanair FR 1901 17:00
Departed 17:00
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Aer Lingus EI 610 17:10
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Etihad Airways EY 7866 17:00
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) British Airways BA 8968 17:00
Riga (RIX) Ryanair FR 1976 17:05
London City (LCY) British Airways BA 4469 17:10
London City (LCY) Aer Lingus EI 8369 17:10
Barcelona (BCN) Ryanair FR 6395 16:35
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) KLM KL 938 17:10
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Aeroflot SU 3409 17:10
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) Xiamen Airlines MF 9998 17:10
Gatwick (LGW) Aer Lingus EI 246 17:10
Gatwick (LGW) British Airways BA 5916 17:10
Glasgow (GLA) Aer Lingus EI 3226 16:20
Glasgow (GLA) British Airways BA 8866 17:10
Glasgow (GLA) Etihad Airways EY 7925 17:10
Gatwick (LGW) Ryanair FR 126 17:15
Leeds (LBA) Aer Lingus EI 3394 17:20
Leeds (LBA) British Airways BA 8914 17:20
Leeds (LBA) Etihad Airways EY 7939 17:20
Madrid (MAD) Ryanair FR 7156 17:20
Heathrow (LHR) Aer Lingus EI 176 17:30
Heathrow (LHR) Etihad Airways EY 7970 17:20
Heathrow (LHR) British Airways BA 5976 17:30
Munich (MUC) Ryanair FR 8996 17:25
Bergamo (BGY) Ryanair FR 4844 17:30
Bristol (BRS) Aer Lingus EI 3286 16:00
Bristol (BRS) Etihad Airways EY 7905 17:30
Bristol (BRS) British Airways BA 8886 17:30
Dusseldorf (DUS) Aer Lingus EI 698 17:40
Dusseldorf (DUS) British Airways BA 8988 17:30
Dusseldorf (DUS) Etihad Airways EY 7959 17:30
Cardiff (CWL) Flybe BE 4526 17:35
Cardiff (CWL) Aer Lingus EI 8426 17:35
Cardiff (CWL) Etihad Airways EY 6125 17:35
Heathrow (LHR) British Airways BA 827 17:40
Heathrow (LHR) S7 Airlines S7 4710 17:40
Heathrow (LHR) Aer Lingus EI 8327 17:40
Stockholm (ARN) SAS SK 2566 17:40
Frankfurt (FRA) Lufthansa LH 981 17:50
Frankfurt (FRA) Austrian OS 7472 17:50
Frankfurt (FRA) Singapore Airlines SQ 2159 17:50
Edinburgh (EDI) Aer Lingus EI 3258 18:10
Edinburgh (EDI) British Airways BA 8858 17:55
Edinburgh (EDI) Etihad Airways EY 7934 17:55
Gatwick (LGW) Ryanair FR 142 17:55
Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport Departures

Dublin is amongst the ten busiest airports in Europe, with over eighteen million passengers per annum. It is significant in terms of international passenger traffic, and rated as the largest airport on the island of Ireland, larger than Belfast International Airport and the airports of Cork and Shannon. With the code of DUB, it is located just 10km from the city centre of Dublin, in Collinstown, and passengers can easily reach their departure flight by several modes of transport. Dublin departures are offered by many important airline carriers, to a wide variety of destinations around the world.

Passengers on departure from Dublin have the choice of arriving by bus, taxi or private vehicle, but not by train, as currently there is no direct rail link to the airport grounds. There may be the possibility of a future underground rail link which will be referred to as the Metro North line. Until then, over 700 buses per day take passengers to the airport, from the city and from all towns nearby. The Airlink (Dublin Bus) 747 runs from Dublin city’s railway stations, known as the Connolly Station and the Heuston Station. Further bus services are operated from Dublin by Aircoach, Flybus and Urbus, and buses with intercity services calling at Dublin Airport are operated by Ardcavan, Aircoach, Bus Eireann, Citylink, Dublin Coach, John Mcginley, JJ Kavanagh, GoBus and Wexford Bus. Buses travel from areas which include Cork, Wexford, Limerick, Athlone, Portlaoise, Waterford, Wicklow, Maynooth and Swords. A taxi from the city centre will cost approximately 20.00 Euro.

Departing passengers can also easily travel to the airport in a private vehicle, as there are main roads which pass by the airport and plenty of parking spaces outside and nearby the terminals. The M1 is the major highway running past Dublin Airport, and it is linked to the M50, which is the city’s ring road. The ring road is in turn linked to the M3 to Kells, the M4 and M6 to Galway, the M7 to Limerick (just past Portlaoise the M8 turns south towards Cork and at Newbridge the M9 continues to Waterford) and the N11 to Wexford. From the north, the M1 can be taken from cities as far as Belfast in Northern Ireland. There are short-term multi-storey car parks for Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, and two long-term car parks with over 12,000 spaces for either terminal. Arrive at the airport in good time for your departure flight, as it could take up to twenty minutes for transfer by shuttle bus from the long-term car parks. It is recommended to arrive at least 90 minutes before your scheduled flight departs, and even earlier if flying internationally, if special assistance is required or if you are travelling with young children. Confirm the check-in times of your airline carrier before leaving for the airport, and check as well that your flight is on time.

The airport has two terminal buildings, and from both, departure flights are operated. Terminal 1 has been in existence longer than Terminal 2, and has regularly been extended and improved over the last two decades. It also received a new Pier in 2007 to the north of the building which now caters for the majority of Ryanair flights. Ryanair is Europe’s largest low-cost airline carrier, and Dublin Airport is the headquarters for this company. Ryanair offers flights to Spain (Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid), London, Italy (Rome-Ciampino, Pisa, Milan) and to France (Nantes, Paris, Tours). There are flights to many other destinations as well. The airport is also the headquarters of Aer Lingus, Ireland’s flag carrier and the regional airline carrier Aer Arann. Terminal 1’s new pier has a 15,000 square metre departure area, with parking for up to fourteen aircraft, and is linked to the main terminal via an elevated Skybridge. Terminal 1 is mainly used for short-haul flights, and the airline carriers present here include Aer Arann, Aer Lingus Regional, Air Canada, Air France, Air Italy, BH Air, Blue Air, BMI, Flybe, Germanwings, Iberia, Lufthansa and Lufthansa Regional, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Swiss International Air Lines, Thomson Airways, Tunisair and Turkish Airlines.

The check-in desks of Terminal 1 are located on the first floor of the building, in the Departures Hall. Certain airline companies may also offer self-service check-in desks and the opportunity to check-in online. There is a self-service post unit on the departures, floor, a left-luggage facility in the Short-Term Car Park Atrium and a wide selection of airport shops and restaurants, including (before passenger security screening) Spar, the Eason Book Store, Wrights Food, the Bagel Factory, Starbucks, McDonalds, the Skyview Bar and Upper Crust, and after the security checkpoints, Boots, Fusion, the Guinness Store, World of Travel, Champion Sports, the Caviar House, Apron Bar, Burger King, Café Select, The Food Hall and the Butlers Chocolate Café, as well as many more. There are also meeting room facilities and comfortable VIP lounges for business travellers.

Dublin Airport departures for long-haul flights are mainly offered from Terminal 2, which is one of the most recent developments of the airport. It is 75,000 square metres in size and cost 395 million Euro to build. The terminal can handle up to fifteen million passengers per annum, which raises the airport’s total capacity to 35 million per year. A new Pier E has also been build perpendicular to Terminal 2, with boarding gates 401 to 426. Terminal 2 is where passengers will go for Aer Lingus departure flights, as well as flights by American Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, United Airlines, US Airways and Delta, and some of their destinations include Washington, Newark, Philadelphia, Dubai, Atlanta, New York and Athens. The most popular long-haul destination is New York, and the most popular international destination is London. In 2010 and 2011, the airport handled just over 18 million passengers, but in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, it handled over 20 million passengers.

The check-in desks of Terminal 2 are located on the ground floor of the building, with the Aer Lingus desks to the west of the terminal, in Areas 29 – 56. The check-in desks of the other airlines are found in Areas 1 – 28. Airport facilities at Terminal 2 are extensive as well, and include currency exchange services, internet access points, a pharmacy, a multi-faith prayer room and VIP suite facilities. Plenty of shops and restaurants are found on either side of security, and in what is known as ‘The Loop’ Both terminals are fully accessible to disabled passengers, and there are various help points from where passengers can request assistance.

Live Dublin departures can be found online, or further details regarding airport services is available at the following telephone number: +353 (0)1 814 1111.

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