Are there taxi services available at Dublin Airport?
Taxi services are available from Dublin Airport. There are taxi ranks available at both Terminal 1 and 2.
How much does a taxi cost to Dublin City Centre?
The price of a taxi to Dublin City from Dublin Airport is not predetermined at the starting point and journeys are metred, but it generally costs around €25.00 - €40.00. Taxi fares in Dublin are dependent on distance travelled and are metred. The National Transport Authority provide a taxi fare estimator to help estimate the cost of taxi fares. With each additional adult passenger, €1 is added on top of the metered fare, and road-toll charges are added to the final fare as they are incurred.
From €6.00 one-way*, the Airlink Express (Link to Airlink booking page) is an alternative and sustainable option for shared transport to Dublin City. (*price quoted includes €1 online discount)
Do taxis take card and contactless payment in Dublin?
Currently, not all taxis in Dublin take card payments, it is important to check prior to starting your journey.
No cash? Pay with card at the Airlink Express ticket booth in Terminal 1 Arrivals Hall (or at our ticket vending machines located beside our stops at both Terminal 1 and 2) and fly into Dublin City on Dublin’s official airport - city centre link.
How long is a taxi from Dublin Airport to Dublin City?
The duration of a taxi journey from Dublin Airport to Dublin City is traffic dependent, but it should take approximately 35-45 minutes. Queue time at Dublin Airport vary depending on incoming flights - if you are taking a taxi you may have to queue (for up to one hour) while waiting for a taxi.
Is there Uber available at Dublin Airport?
Uber is not currently used in Dublin Airport. If you are looking for private transfers from Dublin Airport, taxis are available at Terminal 1 & 2. Alternatively, the fast and frequent Airlink Express is a sustainable travel alternative from Dublin Airport to Dublin City, with departures up to every 10 minutes..
Is there a Dublin Airport train?
Currently, there is no train to Dublin Airport, though a Metro North is in the early planning stages which would connect Dublin City and Dublin Airport by rail.
Where can I get information on public transport after I arrive?
Please visit the Dublin Airport Bus & Travel Information Desk (located in the Arrivals Hall, Terminal 1). The DoDublin Team will be able to assist with transport queries. Alternatively, the Airlink Express Team at Terminal 1 and 2 are always willing to help.
Where does the Aircoach bus travel to?
Aircoach has a bus service to Dublin City, and many southside locations in Dublin City and County.
Where do I find Aircoach bus stops at Dublin Airport?
Aircoach bus stops are located at Zone 11 at Dublin Airport which is a few minutes walk from Terminal 1 & 2.
Where does the Dublin Express bus travel to?
Similar to Airlink Express, Dublin Express travel to Dublin City Centre.
Does Bus Eireann serve Dublin Airport?
Bus Eireann and Expressway have many routes serving provincial towns throughout the island of Ireland. Tickets can be purchased in advance on the Bus Eireann website
Where do I find Bus Eireann and Expressway at Dublin Airport?
Bus Eireann and Expressway are located at Zones 10 and 11 at Dublin Airport.
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