Lost Property

If you've lost or found an item at Dublin Airport, don’t worry we’re here to help

Dublin Airport

Items left behind by their owners at Dublin Airport may be turned in to the Airport Police station. Airport Polices endeavor to match items that have been turned in with items reported lost by their owners.

Items of lost property found within the Airport shall be retained by the Airport Police for a period of two months and a day after which time the property shall be disposed of.

  • To report lost property to Dublin Airport click here
  • To view property found at Dublin Airport click here
  • To contact Lost Property phone: + 353 1 8145555

The Airport Police Public Office is located in the Airport Police Station, Arrivals level. It is open between the hours of 07:00 and 22:00.

There is a €6 handling charge payable for each lost item returned to its owner. An item may be posted to its owner for an additional cost.

A valid photo ID will be required for inspection when collecting lost property.


Important: Property lost on board aircraft or checked-in luggage is the responsibility of the airline or ground handling company. Dublin Airport does not process or have access to information about any item left on aircraft or baggage lost by airlines.

Contact Details For Airline/Ground Handling Agent Lost Property Services:

  • Aer Lingus: 1890 800 147
  • Ryanair: + 353 1 8121367
  • Swissport: + 353 1 8125715
  • Sky Handling Partner: + 353 1 8141400