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Dublin Airport in Collinstown, approximately 6 miles from the city of Dublin, is the busiest airport in the Republic of Ireland. Its passenger numbers top 18 million a year and is the headquarters of Aer Lingus and Ryanair. Passengers fly to a few long haul destinations including the US and Dubai, but the majority of flights are domestic with more than 40 departures a day from Dublin to the London airports. US bound passengers can take advantage of the preclearance service Dublin Airport has available.

Once you have made your booking, your confirmation email will provide details of when and where to collect your Dublin hire car. The airport arrivals area is a great place for car rental Dublin, the arrivals desks are easy to find and the pick up should be quick and effecient. Your Dublin car rental will usually come with a road map and list of tourist destinations to help you make the most of your rental car.

About Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport has two terminals and one runway with plans to add another in the future. Terminal 1 is used for passengers on Ryanair flights and all short haul flights for airlines excluding those with Aer Lingus. The terminal has a great choice of cafes, restuarants, bars and fast food outlets. Terminal 2 Is used by the majority of airlines with long-haul destinations with the exception of flights operated by Aer Lingus. The airport has an Executive Lounge and a fully equiped meeting room.

Tourist Information

Dublin, the capital city of the Republic of Ireland is also the most populated city in Ireland with almost 2 million people within the Greater Dublin Area. Dublin is located off Ireland's east coast at the centre of the Dublin Region. Dublin is a great place to shop, eat and meet friends; it is also a great outdoors city with more outdoor green spaces than any other city in Europe. With more then 255 large playing fields and over 7 acres of green space open to the public, its no wonder that tourists flock to parks such as St Stephen’s Green and Phoenix Park with its wild Fallow Deer and tree lined avenues.

One of Dublin’s top tourist attractions is its Castle which dates back to 1204, built in part, to protect King John’s treasure and to keep the city secure. The Spire of Dublin, situated on O’Connell Street, also known as the "Monument of Light" is a spire of stainless steel reaching up to almost 400ft illuminated at night time and provides the city with a striking beacon of light in the night sky. Dublin is also the home of the old iron Ha'penny Bridge crossing over the River Liffey one of Dublin's most iconic tourist attractions.

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