This is an unofficial guide to Dublin Airport

Airport Transport

Commuting to Terminal 2

Getting to and from Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport is as easy as getting to and from Terminal 1. The two are close together and share many of the same facilities when it comes to Dublin Airport car hire facilities or car parks. Regardless of how you get to and from the airport, you’ll find the drop-off and pick-up procedures are well-planned.

In some cases, it may be necessary to exit T2 or transfer between terminals to board your bus, taxi or rental car. A covered walkway running from the Arrivals Hall is on hand for this purpose.

These are the most popular modes of transport at Dublin Airport Terminal 2:

Car rental
Car rental is the best way of getting to and from the airport, and it’s not likely to set you back much more than taking a taxi (if at all). Book early and your day-of-travel experience will be all the more rewarding, characterised by quick processing time and the best rates.

Buses
The number of buses that pull in and out of Dublin Airport on a daily basis is staggering – on the order of 700. Most stop at T2 first before proceeding to T1 and minimise the amount of walking a traveller needs to on airport grounds.

Taxis
Airport taxis queue in a rank between the two terminals, and they’re available to charter from outside the T2 Arrivals Hall. Every vehicle runs on a meter and is equipped to provide you with a receipt on request. In some cases, drivers may turn away fares that are over 30 kilometres away.