Dublin Airport Car Hire

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Dublin Airport Car Hire Guide


Airport Location:

Dublin airport is located about 10km north of Dublin city centre on the M1/N1 Belfast road, just north of the M50.Car Hire Location: CarHire.ie has a car rental desk in the main car hire section of the arrival terminal at Dublin Airport.

Directions to Dublin Airport by Car:

From Dublin city centre travel through Drumcondra and Whitehall to join the M1 Motorway at Whitehall. Dublin airport is well signposted along the way.

Returning Your Car Rental:

To return your CARHIRE.ie rented car, you will receive a return map and written directions when you pick up your car but we have listed the directions online as well in our Car Rental Returns page

Using Dublin Airport Car Park:

Dublin Airport has both a short term car park near the main terminal and a long term one that is serviced by an airport shuttle bus. Both use a standard ticket system. Take your ticket on entering the car park, and keep it with you so that you can pay your parking charges before returning to your car.

Carhire.ie is the largest independent car rental company in Ireland. For over 20 years we have been delivering a high quality car rental product to customers who needed Car Rental Dublin Airport, Car Hire Shannon, Car Hire Cork and car hire at other Irish Car Hire Locations. Whether you need to car rental Dublin Airport for just one day or longer, our competitive car rental prices and quality service will give you exactly what you need from an Irish car hire company.

Dublin Airport Information Guide

Dublin Airport Information:

Dublin Airport is Ireland’s largest airport featuring two international terminals. Last year over 18 million passengers arrived and departed Dublin Airport in 2010. Dublin Airport is located in Santry in North Dublin and is easily accessible via the M1 (from the city centre) or the M50 (Dublin’s ring road). Dublin Airport is the home of Ireland’s National carrier Aer Lingus and also no frills airline Ryanair.

In 2010 Dublin Airport Authority opened a second terminal to facilitate the growing number of passengers that were visiting Ireland each year. Terminal two will be the new home of Aer Lingus as well as US airlines Delta and American Airlines and Middle East airline Etihad. For more information on Terminal 2 visit Dublin Airport T2 Guide. .Terminal 2 is to become an International hub for Transatlantic passengers on the way to America.