Dublin Airport Parking
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Find and compare the best parking options at Dublin Airport, Ireland’s busiest airport. Whether departing from Dublin Airport for business or leisure, save up to 60% by pre-booking through Airport Parking Shop.Dublin car parks scored an average of 2.5 out of 5 stars based on 10 customer reviews.
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One of the Europe's busiest airports, Dublin Airport is situated just 10km north of Dublin City, Republic of Ireland, and is ideally accessible by road. Passengers arriving by car benefit from a wide array of on-airport and off-airport parking facilities at Dublin Airport.
Dublin Airport Short-Term A Car Park
Short Term A is close to Terminals 1 and 2 and is just a few minutes’ walk from both. There is no risk of getting lost as pedestrian routes are clearly marked. Luggage trolleys are widely available throughout the car park. A height restriction of 1.8 metres applies and no trailers can be admitted.
Dublin Airport Terminal 2 Short-Term Car Park
This car park is close to Terminals 1 and 2, being a 2 to 4 minute walk from Terminal 2 and a 6 to 8 minute walk from Terminal 1. Pedestrian routes are well signposted and trolleys are available in several locations for your baggage. Vehicles taller than 2.2 metres cannot enter the car-park and neither can trailers.
Dublin Airport Terminal 1 Short-Term C Car Park
This car park is suitable for travellers using either of the two terminals although it is a 6 to 8 minute walk from Terminal 2 as opposed to just a 2 to 4 minute walk from Terminal 1. Clear instructions for pedestrians are provided and trolleys for luggage are available in numerous positions in the car park. No trailers are permitted and a height restriction of 1.85 metres applies.
Dublin Airport Express Red Long-Term Car Park
A cheaper option than using the short-term car parks, Express Red is a five-minute shuttle bus ride from both terminals. Shuttles run 364 days a year (not Christmas Day), every 10 to 20 minutes depending on the time of day but it is suggested that you allow 40 minutes from entering the car park to arriving at the terminal. It has the advantage of having no height restriction although trailers are not permitted.
Dublin Airport Holiday Blue Long-Term Car Park
Shuttle buses from this long-term car park take 10 to 15 minutes to reach both terminals and they run at 15-minute intervals throughout the day and night 364 days a year (not Christmas Day). No height restrictions are in place but trailers are banned. You should allow 40 minutes to park and reach the terminal buildings.
Motorists using any of the airport’s short or long-term car parks should ensure that they bring the same car and payment card with them as entered during the booking process.
Dublin Park and Fly
This is another long-term car park but is situated 10 km from the airport and requires an 8 minute transfer on the shuttle bus which operates on demand. The service is not suitable for disabled customers. Security is good with CCTV, an entry barrier system, 24-hour patrols with guard dogs and perimeter fencing.
Quick Park at Dublin Airport
Celebrating 10 years in business, Quick Park is located close to the airport and is a mere 5 minute shuttle transfer. The shuttle buses run every 5 minutes around the clock and if you are unlucky enough to come back to a flat battery the operator will provide a free jump-start, no matter the time of day or night. It is also possible to have your car cleaned in your absence with a variety of packages available.
Bewleys Hotel offers airport parking and you do not have to be a guest to take advantage of this facility. Shuttle transfers take just 7 minutes and run every 20 minutes. Motorists are welcome to wait in the hotel for the courtesy bus. Parking is either open-air or underground and there are disabled spaces, although these cannot be guaranteed. Security is good with CCTV and perimeter fencing.
Another hotel offering airport parking for non-residents, the Metro has a secure underground car park with key card access and regular patrols. Transfers operate half hourly between 04.00 and 23.45 and take just 7 minutes. A charge is made of €2 per person for the round trip.
About Dublin Airport
The first plane took off from Dublin Airport in 1940 and was flying to Liverpool. Services, however, were cut back during World War II and it was not until the 1950s that serious growth occurred, with the first trans-Atlantic route starting in 1958.
Dublin Airport is now one of Europe’s top 10 busiest airports. With two terminals and two runways, it operates 175 routes to Europe, North America and the Middle East, with the most popular destinations being London, Paris and New York.