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International airports in Ireland
There are 39 international airports all over the country. Of course, this list includes international, regional, military, helipads and even closed ones. But in fact, only 10 of this number of airports, serve commercial passenger flights. There are ten international passenger airports in Ireland at all, among which there are both small ones dealing with several regional routes and giant airports working with hundreds of airlines and capable of serving dozens million passengers a year. The total number of registered passengers at all airports for 2019 year was approximately 38mio people.
Major airports in Ireland
Ireland has 10 most important airports. The total workload is 37-38mio passengers per year. The workload of even the smallest of them exceeds 100k passengers per year. And the workload of the largest is more than 31mio people per year. The main feature of the country’s largest airport DUB is that this is most important transportation hub in Ireland and, importantly, the country’s largest airports are connected with the main city Dublin through excellent transport links.
Biggest airports in Ireland
The largest airports in Ireland are distinguished by increased comfort, a list of additional services and, particularly, by the quality of service. The largest Ireland airports are popular not only with local residents, but also with tourists – most of the passengers are guests from all over the world. And of course, each major airport has its own unique feature. You can eat in an excellent restaurant, have hot chocolate or coffee in a cozy cafe, or have lunch in the popular bistro. In duty-free shops, you can buy quality items, souvenirs or perfumes. Of course, like at all major airports, you can use internet points, VIP rooms, prayer rooms, smoking rooms, car rental, baby prams or wheelchairs, playgrounds for children. Also, you are able to purchase newspapers and magazines in English and other features. Of course, there are always a lot of people here, because flights are carried out around the clock. And, besides, the speed of service at large international airports will be much higher than at small airports.
List of airports in Ireland
So we have introduced you to general information about Ireland airports. Each of them is unique in its own way and deserves a separate article. And we will definitely tell you more about them on our website. More details can be found if you look at the airports in table above.
We are really pleased to introduce you to the features of each airport from this list, in our articles. And we sincerely hope that everyone can find useful information for making your own trip.
In order to make it easier for you to deal with geography, we have prepared a map of airports in Ireland.
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