Excess Baggage Luggage Storage Facility
Luggage storage is now available from Excess Baggage in the Terminal 1 arrivals hall. Travel accessories and luggage are also available for purchase. Also supplying Local and Worldwide shipping services.
Contact Number: +353 87 2163202
Opening hours: 05:00 - 23:00
For passenger convenience, baggage trolleys are available to use free of charge. They are located in 50 trolley bays throughout the airport complex
- Please don't overload trolleys
- Please return trolleys to the nearest trolley bay after use
- Never block walkways, exits, or roads
- Trolleys can not be used on escalators
E-Toll is the symbol for electronic tolling on the M50 motorway in Dublin. Electronic tolling allows motorists to use the M50 electronic tolling lanes.
How does electronic tolling work?
If you register for electronic tolling, a small electronic tag is placed in the vehicle and is detected each time the vehicle passes through the plaza. The toll is then debited from the customer's account. The electronic tolling system automatically recognises the correct toll for the class of vehicle you are driving.
Alternatively, motorists can pass through the toll and pay later at an E-Toll payment facility. There are E-Toll payment facilities available at both terminals in Dublin Airport. In Terminal 2, you can pay your E-Toll in the Spar shop on the Arrivals level
Baby changing facilities
Baby changing facilities are available throughout Terminals 1 & 2
Meet & greet
If you are being met on arrival at the Dublin Airport, make sure that the people meeting you have the following information:
- your flight number
- where you departed from (airport not resort)
- the time and date of your flight
They should also be aware that they may have to factor in additional time for customs, baggage claim etc., depending on where you were arriving from (e.g. USA).
A designated Meeting Point is located adjacent to the Information Desk in the Arrivals Level in Terminal 1 and adjacent to the Spar shop in the Arrivals Level in Terminal 2
Dublin Airport offers a range of high speed internet access including internet kiosks, printing facilities and WiFi access available at a number of places throughout the terminal. Wi-Fi internet access is free at Dublin Airport.
Dublin Airport is a WiFi zone, offering free wireless broadband service throughout its terminals. To use the Wi-Fi internet access, find or enter the network name Dublin Airport Wi-Fi or eircom. A login page will appear and to get online simply click the continue to surf button. There is no signup or registration process.
Internet kiosks & printing facilities
Surfbox internet kiosks and printing facilities are available at a number of places throughout the terminal. A list of kiosk locations is provided below with details of printing facility locations.
Before Security Screening
- Arrivals Hall
- Departures Hall (with printing facility)
- Mezzanine (with printing facility)
After Security Screening
- Gates 101-121
- Gates 201-220
- Gates 301-313
- Cost 11.5c per minute
Before Security Screening
- Check-In Floor - 3 locations (with printing facility)
- Arrivals Floor (with printing facility)
After Security Screening
- International Departures Lounge (with printing facility)
- Gates 400-425
- After US Pre-Clearance
Dublin Airport medical aid
daa employs staff fully trained in medical assistance. Anyone in need of emergency medical aid should seek the assistance of an Airport Police Officer or any member of the Dublin Airport staff.
The Airport pharmacy in Terminal 2 is located on the Departures Level after you go through security screening. Once you are through screening, all prescriptions can be fulfilled and over the counter medication is available in the Pure Pharmacy.
Open 7 days a week 05:00 to 18:00
The Dublin Airport Church, Our Lady Queen of Heaven, is located within the Dublin Airport complex, situated in its own grounds, just one minute walk from the Arrivals Hall through the Short-Term Car Park Atrium. The Catholic Church was opened in 1964 and the present chaplain is Father Des Doyle. He may be contacted at:
Telephone: + 353 1 814 4340 or in the event of an emergency + 353 1 844 7283
Daily mass available Monday to Friday at 13:00
Sunday at 11:00
After each mass
Getting To The Church
You can find driving directions to the church by clicking on the following link - Driving route to Dublin Airport Church. Parking is for churchgoers only
Multi-Faith Prayer Room
The Multi-Faith Prayer Room in Terminal 2 is situated on the Departures Level just before the boarding card area. The purpose of this facility is to allow people of all faiths, religions and spirituality have a sanctuary to retreat to. However, it is important to note that the users of this facility will be from many culturally diverse backgrounds and some basic guidelines should be followed when using the prayer room.
Please read the following guidelines carefully and take care to be aware of the religious sensibilities of others, which may be very different to your own.
Availability - 24 hours a day
- The Multi-Faith Room should be considered a quiet space so all mobile phones to be switched off upon entry
- Please remove your shoes and leave in the shoe rack
- There are mats available for praying or alternatively you can use the chairs provided
- Please do not place any notices in this space
- Do not light candles or any incense in this room