Dublin Airport

In 1917, during World War I, the townland of Collinstown was picked as the site of a base for the British Royal Flying Corps. By April 1918, when the Flying Corps was renamed the Royal Air Force, Collinstown Aerodrome was more than 20% total. Building was finished in 1919 when the Irish War of Independence broke out.

On 20 March 1919 a group of 30 Irish Volunteers, consisting of five used by the RAF, stole 75 rifles and 5,000 rounds of ammunition from the base. As Collinstown Camp the site was utilized for internment of Irish republicans. At the end of 1922 the land and structures at Collinstown were moved to the Irish Free State. The airfield quickly fell into disrepair and lawn grew on the previous runways.

Dublin Airport is a worldwide airport serving Dublin, the capital city of Ireland. It is run by DAA (formerly Dublin Airport Authority). The airport lies 7 km (4.3 mi) north of Dublin, in Collinstown, near Swords, Dublin. In 2019, 32.9 million guests passed through the airport, making it the airport’s busiest year on record. It is the 12th busiest airport in Europe, and is by far the busiest of Ireland’s airports by total traveler traffic; it also has the greatest traffic levels on the island of Ireland, followed by Belfast International Airport.

The airport has an extensive brief and medium haul network, served by a selection of carriers, in addition to a substantial long-haul network concentrated on North America, the Middle East and East Asia. It functions as the head office of Ireland’s flag carrier– Aer Lingus, regional airline company Stobart Air, Europe’s largest inexpensive carrier- Ryanair, and ASL Airlines Ireland, together with another two airline companies, CityJet and Norwegian Air International. United States border preclearance services are offered at the airport for U.S.-bound passengers. Shannon Airport is the only other airport in Europe to offer this facility. We’re licensed local roofers near Dublin Airport.

From Home Improvements Dublin – Roof Repairs Dublin, Moyne Park, 1, Maynetown, Dublin to Dublin Airport via Baskin Ln Route

  • 13 min (9.5 km)
  • Head west on Moyne Rd toward R123
  • 71 m
  • Turn left onto Moyne Rd/R123
  • Continue to follow R123
  • 2.4 km
  • Turn right onto Malahide Rd/R107
  • 1.7 km
  • Turn left onto Baskin Ln
  • 2.5 km
  • Turn right onto Stockhole Lane
  • 1.7 km
  • At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Dublin Rd/R132
  • 650 m
  • At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit
  • 550 m


Learn more about Dublin Zoo.

 

 

Call Now Button