Dublin Airport Duty Free

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About Dublin Airport (DUB)

IATA/ICAO Code:
DUB/EIDW
Address:
Collinstown, Dublin, Ireland
City: Dublin
Country:
Ireland
Phone:
+353 1 8141111
Website: https://www.dublinairport.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DublinAirport
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dublinairport/
Arrivals: Dublin Airport (DUB) Arrivals
Departures: Dublin Airport (DUB) Departures
Weather Temperature: 17.05°C
Conditions: Clouds
Humidity: 74%
Wind: 6.17 k/h
Pressure: 998 hpa
Latitude/Longitude
53.42129898, -6.270070076
Map: Click to view airport map
Reviews:
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4.2 rating based on 12,345 ratings
Overall rating: 4.2 out of 5 based on 10 reviews.
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Dublin Airport, (Irish: Aerfort Bhaile Átha Cliath) (IATA: DUB, ICAO: EIDW), is an international airport serving Dublin, the capital city of Ireland. It is operated by Dublin Airport Authority (DAA). The airport is located 5.4 nmi (10.0 km; 6.2 mi) north of Dublin in Collinstown, County Fingal. In 2015, over 25 million passengers passed through the airport making it the airport’s busiest year on record.[6] It is also the busiest of the state’s airports by total passenger traffic. It also has the greatest traffic levels on the island of Ireland followed by Belfast Airport, County Antrim.

The airport has an extensive short and medium haul network, served by an array of carriers as well as some intercontinental routes focused in the Middle East and North America. It serves as the headquarters of Ireland’s flag carrier – Aer Lingus, regional airline Stobart Air, Europe’s largest low-cost carrier – Ryanair, ASL Airlines Ireland, together with a fifth airline, CityJet, which does not maintain major operations here.

United States border preclearance services are available at the airport for U.S.-bound passengers. Shannon Airport is the only other airport in Europe to offer this facility.

What airlines have a hub at Dublin Airport?

What Duty Free Shops & Restaurants are at Dublin Airport?

Duty Free stores, bars, restaurants, and cafes at this airport include:

51st&Green
Airline Lounge
Terminal 2 405
After Security
Alcock & Brown
Cafe
04:00 - 20:00
Terminal 1 Mezzanine
Before Security
AMT Coffee
Cafe
24 hrs
Terminal 1 Arrivals
Before Security
Boots
Store
+ 353 1 8447964
Mon - Sat 04:00 - 21:30 Sun 04:30 -21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
BOTB
Store
05:00 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Buff Stop
Store
+ 353 1 9446454
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Burger King
Restaurant
04:00 - 21:00
Terminal 2 Mezzanine
After Security
Burger King
Restaurant
04:00 - 20:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Butlers Chocolate Cafe
Cafe
04:00 – 20:00
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Butlers Chocolate Cafe
Cafe
04:30 - 21:00
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Chocolate Lounge
Restaurant
05:00 -18:00
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Diep Le Shaker
Restaurant
11:30 - 19:30
Terminal 2 Arrivals
Before Security
Dixons
Store
+ 353 1 8447198
04:00 - 21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Flutes
Restaurant
05:00 - 19:00
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Gate Clock Bar
Bar
07:00 - Last Flight
Terminal 1 301
After Security
Gourmet Burger Kitchen
Restaurant
11:00 - 19:30
Terminal 2 Arrivals
Before Security
Harvest Market
Restaurant
04:00 - 21:00
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Hour Passion
Store
+353 1 9446492
04:00 - 21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Hour Passion
Store
+353 1 9446463
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
House of Ireland
Store
+ 353 1 9446544
04:30 - 21:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
House of Ireland
Store
+ 353 1 8067262
04:00 - 21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Hugo Boss
Store
+ 353 1 9446451
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Irish Meadows
Restaurant
07:00 - Last Flight
Terminal 2 Located after US Preclearance
After Security
Java Republic
Cafe
04:30 – 20:00
Terminal 2 400
After Security
JD Sports
Store
+ 353 1 9446465
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Jump
Bar
04:00 - 20:00
Terminal 1 100
After Security
Lavazza
Cafe
04:30 – 20:00
Terminal 2 400
After Security
Leopold's
Cafe
04:00 am to Last Flight
Terminal 1 100
After Security
LK Bennett
Store
353 1 9446441
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Lounge
Airline Lounge
05:00-21:00 Daily
Terminal 1 Airside
Lounge
Airline Lounge
05:00-19:00 Daily
Terminal 2 Airside
Marqette
Bar
04:00 - Last Flight
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
McDonald's
Restaurant
24hrs
Terminal 1 Mezzanine Food Court
Before Security
O'Brien's Sandwich Cafes
Restaurant
07:00 - 18:30
Terminal 2 Arrivals
After Security
Oak Cafe Bar
Cafe
04:30 - 20:30 Sun - Thur 04:30 - 21:00 Fri - Sat
Terminal 2 Arrivals
After Security
Pandora
Store
+ 353 1 9446445
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Pandora
Store
+353 1 8067216
04:00 - 21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Parfois
Store
+ 353 1 8067217
04:00 - 21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Pinko
Store
+ 353 1 9446494
04:30 – 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Pure
Store
+ 353 1 8141122
04:00 - 21:00
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Puro Gusto
Cafe
04:30 –21:30
Terminal 2 400
After Security
Puro Gusto
Store
05:00 - Last Flight
Terminal 1 300
After Security
Puro Gusto
Store
05:00 - Last Flight
Terminal 1 400
After Security
Refuel Cafe & Bar
Cafe
04:00 - Last Flight
Terminal 1 200
After Security
Rolling Luggage
Store
+ 353 1 9446497
04:00 - 21:00
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Soho Coffee
Cafe
04:00 - Last Flight
Terminal 1 100
After Security
Spar
Store
06:00- 23:00
Terminal 1 Landside
Before Security
Spar
Store
+ 353 1 8080996
Mon - Fri: 24hrs Sat - Sun: 05:00 to 23:00
Terminal 2 Arrivals
Before Security
Starbucks
Cafe
04:00 - 21:00
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Street Feast
Restaurant
04:00 – 21:00
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Sunglass Hut
Store
+ 353 1 9446661
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Sunglass Hut
Store
+ 353 1 8141818
04:00 - 21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Superdry
Store
+ 353 1 8445723
04:00 - 21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Surfbox
Store
24hr
Terminal 1 Numerous Locations
Before Security
The Angel's Share
Restaurant
08:00 - 23:30 Sun - Thurs Fri & Sat 08:00 - 00:30
Terminal 1 Arrivals
Before Security
The Collection @ Dublin
Store
+ 353 1 9446444
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
The Garden Terrace
Restaurant
04:00 – 21:00
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
The Loop
Store
04:00 – 22:00
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
The Loop
Store
04:00 – 22:00
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
The Slaney
Bar
04:00 - Last Flight
Terminal 2 Departures Airside
After Security
Tommy Hilfiger
Store
+353 1 9446494
04:30 - 20:30
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
Upper Crust
Restaurant
03:00 - 01:00
Terminal 1 Arrivals Hall
Before Security
WHSmith
Store
+353 1 9446403
Tue - Fri: 05:15 - 23:00 Sat - Mon: 05:15 - 21:00
Terminal 2 Arrival
Before Security
WHSmith
Store
04:30 - 19:00
Terminal 1 300
After Security
WHSmith
Store
05:15 - 21:30
Terminal 1 100
After Security
WHSmith
Store
+353 1 9446403
04:00 - 21:00
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security
WHSmith
Store
+353 1 9446403
05:15 - 20:45
Terminal 2 400
After Security
WHSmith
Store
05:15 - 21:00
Terminal 1 Arrivals
Before Security
WHSmith
Store
04:00 - 21:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
WHSmith
Store
05:15 - 19:00
Terminal 1 200
After Security
WHSmith
Store
+353 1 9446403
07:15 - 15:45
Terminal 2 After US Preclearance
After Security
Wrights Foodfayre
Store
24hrs
Terminal 1 Car Park Atrium
Before Security
Wrights Foodfayre
Restaurant
04:00 – 16:30
Terminal 2 Arrivals
Before Security
Wrights of Howth
Store
+ 353 1 8144748
05:30 - Last Flight
Terminal 1 300
After Security
Wrights of Howth
Restaurant
04:30 – 22:30
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Wrights of Howth
Store
+ 353 1 8144748
04:30 - 22:00
Terminal 1 The Loop
After Security
Wrights of Howth
Store
+353 1 86 8363613
04:30 - 21:00
Terminal 2 The Loop
After Security

Duty Free Allowance at Dublin Airport

If you are travelling to Ireland from a country within the EU, then you can bring in an unlimited amount of goods that you have bought in that country as long as the price you paid included tax and the goods are for your own personal use (this also includes items that you intend to be gifts).

What are the limits on duty free cigarettes/alcohol at Dublin Airport from inside the EU

Despite there not being a limit on the amount of alcoholic and tobacco goods that you can bring in from a country in the EU, if you have goods that are more than the following guidelines, then there is a good chance that you will be questioned by a Customs Officer about what you intend to do with the goods:

  • 800 cigarettes, 200 cigars, or 1 kg of tobacco
  • 110 litres of beer
  • 10 litres of spirits
  • 90 litres of wine
  • 20 litres of fortified wine

What are the limits on duty free cigarettes/alcohol at Dublin Airport from outside the EU

If you are entering Ireland from a country outside of the EU, then your allowance changes to the amounts listed below. Again, these must be for your own personal use. If you intend to sell the goods or if you go over these allowances, then you may have to pay duty and/or tax).

  • 200 cigarettes, 100 cigarillos, 50 cigars, or 250g of tobacco
  • 4 litres of still wine
  • 1 litre of alcohol over 22% volume or 2 litres of alcohol less than 22% volume
  • 16 litres of beer
  • up to £390 worth of all other goods
Dublin Airport Reviews

★★★★★
I love this airport. The wifi is free without any limits and you can get a bottle of water for any donation.
- Krystian

★★★★★
Late evening departure from T2 so security was a breeze, took all of 60 seconds. Nice feature was clear signs advising of limited facilities in the gate area before the escalators down to them. I didn't have long there but nice open plan departures area with plenty of shops to browse, just a shame nowhere apparent to view movements, until your gate is announced.
- Robert Brooks

★★★★☆
For Irelands No.1 Airport you'd expect it to be just a bit more organized, it's still excellent but there are some long walkways which takes almost 20 mins, and if you are new to the Airport that could take make you miss your flight. Terminal 1 is mainly for Aer Lingus' and Terminal 2 is mainly for Ryanair's. Never have to two Airlines been on the same Terminal on the Airport which is fully organized. Normally to get there from other places in Ireland you have to get a train and then a bus to the Airport.
- Electro Septic

★★★★★
Lovely airport, especially Terminal 2, very new and modern, easy to use checked baggage machines too.
- Diane Jones-Keay

★★★★☆
Apart from the fact that we had trouble at the boarding card scannes just before security everything else was great.
- Angus

★★★★★
I like the size of thus airport. Easy to get on a bus as you walk out to the street and get right into the city.
- Juan Perez

★★★★☆
Overall I was happy with the airport and airport connections (Air Coach) however I feel that the airports needs to be better maintained and cleaned.
- Christopher Morton

★☆☆☆☆
The check in crew at the airport was money hungry and appeared to be rude and gave me a smile which made me feel they were making fun of me.They made me repackage my baggage to adjust for my excess baggage to add to my misery which was the same amount of luggage I brought from Australia without any costs I would say avoid flying out of Dublin or into Dublin at any costs
- Sagar J

★★★★☆
Getting to and from the Airport is a breeze. For 11 Euro you can get a return ticket from a number of city stops to the airport, journey is around 35 mins. I did online check in and that was perfect. fast security and as the flight was from Terminal 2 no immigration. The rest is a little so so, normal airport, nothing too spectacular. The airport is bigger than one might think
- James Raison

★★★★★
Long walk from plane to arrivals, but i chalk that up to Ryanair being their usual cheap and inefficient selves. Customs was quick, on the return security was very busy and slow. Airside plenty of choice for shops and food/drinks, another great experience of this great airport.
- Robert Brooks
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