Dublin Airport (DUB/EIDW)


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Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport is acutely aware of the importance of developing key transport links and the role the airport plays as the major international gateway to Ireland.

  • We are committed to developing business in partnership with our customers. We believe we can provide airlines, both passenger and cargo, and tour operators, with the opportunity to grow their business with confidence at Dublin Airport. Our dedicated B2B websitewww.flytodublin.com offers detailed information on route potential at Dublin Airport.

Marketing and other support

Dublin Airport has, for many years, been to the forefront in sharing opportunities with airlines and encouraging new routes into and out of the airport. Central to the airport’s approach is the provision of high quality market intelligence, insightful views of the market and a willingness to offer incentives.

The airport has introduced very extensive schemes for new long and short haul routes. A Marketing Support scheme is also available to help in the formative years of launch. In addition to these incentives the DAA has also introduced a new Transfer incentive scheme. All of these are available and more.

The airport has introduced very extensive schemes for new long and short haul routes. In addition, a Marketing Support scheme is also available to help in the formative years of launch. es that underpin the new route introductions. This year is no different. All of those are available and more.

The broad details of the three schemes are as follows:

Marketing and other support  Dublin Airport has, for many years, been to the forefront in sharing opportunities with airlines and encouraging new routes into and out of the airport. Central to the airport’s approach is the provision of high quality market intelligence, insightful views of the market and a willingness to offer incentives.  The airport has introduced very extensive schemes for new long and short haul routes. A Marketing Support scheme is also available to help in the formative years of launch. In addition to these incentives the DAA has also introduced a new Transfer incentive scheme. All of these are available and more.  The airport has introduced very extensive schemes for new long and short haul routes. In addition, a Marketing Support scheme is also available to help in the formative years of launch. es that underpin the new route introductions. This year is no different. All of those are available and more.  Pier D Skybridge Dublin Airport The broad details of the three schemes are as follows:-  Long - Haul New Route Support Scheme Annual discounts of 100%, 90%, 75%, 50% and 25% on passenger charges, aircraft parking, airbridge and runway movement charges over 5 years. Short – Haul Route Support Scheme Annual discounts of 100%, 75%, 50% on passenger charges, aircraft parking, airbridge and runway movement charges over 3 years. New – Transfer Incentive Scheme The DAA has developed a new innovative “Transfer Incentive Scheme”, which would offer all airlines selling through fares on through tickets on specific routes (i.e. from a qualifying origin airport to a qualifying destination airport via Dublin) an inbuilt incentive to maximise their transfer throughput. Marketing Support The airport is mindful of the need to promote any new routes in this market. We are willing to arrange co-operative funding to assist in the promotion of new routes. Our Marketing Support package is designed to help out in this respect. That support, aided by a team of people willing to guide new airlines in the Irish market, will be available to help deliver the best opportunity for a successful and sustainable launch. Your next best route decision is Dublin, the gateway to and from Ireland. Go raibh maith agat – Thank you (in our Irish language)  For full details on all our route support schemes find it on www.flytodublin.com

  • Long – Haul New Route Support Scheme
    • Annual discounts of 100%, 90%, 75%, 50% and 25% on passenger charges, aircraft parking, airbridge and runway movement charges over 5 years.
  • Short – Haul Route Support Scheme
    • Annual discounts of 100%, 75%, 50% on passenger charges, aircraft parking, airbridge and runway movement charges over 3 years.
  • New – Transfer Incentive Scheme
    • The DAA has developed a new innovative “Transfer Incentive Scheme”, which would offer all airlines selling through fares on through tickets on specific routes (i.e. from a qualifying origin airport to a qualifying destination airport via Dublin) an inbuilt incentive to maximise their transfer throughput.
  • Marketing Support
    • The airport is mindful of the need to promote any new routes in this market. We are willing to arrange co-operative funding to assist in the promotion of new routes. Our Marketing Support package is designed to help out in this respect. That support, aided by a team of people willing to guide new airlines in the Irish market, will be available to help deliver the best opportunity for a successful and sustainable launch.

Your next best route decision is Dublin, the gateway to and from Ireland. Go raibh maith agat – Thank you (in our Irish language)

For full details on all our route support schemes find it on www.flytodublin.com

Catchment Area

Dublin Airport

The Dublin-Belfast Corridor serves a population of around 3m – half the population of all-Ireland. 1m live in Dublin City itself and 1.7m in greater Dublin’s 100 miles catchment (Co. Leinster), although traffic of 20.5m in 2009 illustrates the vast importance of inbound flows.

  • The Republic of Ireland has a growing population of 4.4 million people with a further 1.6 million in the North of Ireland. The majority of the population is centred towards the eastern seaboard and the immediate catchment of Dublin airport. Within a ten mile radius of Dublin airport there is nearly one million people with this growing to 1.7 million fourth miles out and 1.9 million 50 miles out.
  • Dublin Airport carries out extensive market research which provides a detailed analysis of the type of passengers using the airport. In 2009 nearly 17,500 departing passengers will be surveyed covering topics such as residency, nationality, purpose of journey, booking channels, booking periods, length of stay, group size, social class, fares and onward connecting destinations. This information is available to our existing airline customers and potential new airlines looking at the Dublin market.

Under-served freight opportunities and other economic impact factors

Dublin Airport

IBM’s Irish technology campus, at Mulhuddart in West Dublin includes a 300,000 sq ft logistics warehouse for the storage and retrieval of IBM components, and finished servers for European, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific markets.

Contact route development specialist for further information.

Stephen O’Reilly

Aviation Business Development Executive – Western Europe/Americas

Dublin Airport Authority,

T: +353-1-814 4370

F: +353-1-814 4851

email: stephen.o’reilly@daa.ie

Geography

Dublin Airport

  • The airport is conveniently located approximately 10 km north of Dublin city centre. It is served by a large number of buses, coaches and taxis all allowing you to get to and from the airport with ease.
  • A total of five bus operators serve the capital city and surrounding suburbs with a further nine bus operators providing serves on a national basis. In total we have approximately 700 local and national buses a day.
  • The M50 motorway provides access to the west and south of the country with the M1 proving access to the north of the country. The map shows that both of these motorway arteries are linked to the airport.

Infrastructure & Operations:

  • Runways (number and length): 3 Operational Runways
    • Runway 1: 10/28 2,637m Cat: II/III
    • Runway 2: 16/34 2,072m Cat: I/Visual
    • Runway 3: 11/29 1,357m Cat: Visual
  • Approach MSSR
  • Location 4.8nm N of Dublin
  • Ground Equipment ILS/DME, PAPI, MSSR, SMR, DVOR-DME, Weather Station
  • Slot Coordination: ACL in Manchester provides the co-ordination service.
  • Operating hours: 24 hours
  • Terminals one terminal with a second under construction
  • US Customs & Border Protection
Dublin Airport

Terminal 2 is under construction and due to open in November 2010.

Important infrastructure developments and/or other news

For full information on developments at Dublin Airport please find it on www.flytodublin.com