|Posted by ecotaxisdublin.com on July 6, 2015 at 6:25 AM||comments (12)|
Taxis queue outside of both terminals, offering quick and convenient transfers to any destination in the greater metropolitan area. Taxis are certainly one of the more often used transit options. However, they’re arguably the most convenient means of completing a one-off connection to or from the airport.
For passengers landing at Dublin Airport, following the signs in the Arrivals Hall to the rank in the forecourt of the terminal. A dispatcher at the rank can answer ...Read Full Post »
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Shannon Airport is one of Ireland's three primary airports, along with Dublin and Cork. In 2014, 1.64 million passengers passed through the airport, making it the third busiest airport in the country after Dublin and Cork. Shannon Airport is in Shannon, County Clare and mainly serves Limerick, Ennis, Galway, and the south-west of Ireland.
In 1936, the Government of Ireland confirmed that it would develop a 3.1 km2 (1.2 sq mi) site at Rineanna for the country's first transatlantic airpor...Read Full Post »
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Cork Airport is one of the three principal international airports of Ireland, along with Dublin and Shannon. It is located 6.5 km (4.0 mi) south of Cork city in an area known as Farmers Cross. In 2014, Cork Airport handled 2.1 million passengers, making it the state's second busiest airport in terms of passenger numbers, after Dublin, and third busiest on the island of Ireland, after Dublin and Belfast International.
Cork Airport has a long history of general aviation flying. Bo...Read Full Post »
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is an international airport serving Dublin, Ireland and is operated by daa. It is located 5.4 nmi (10.0 km; 6.2 mi) north of Dublin city near Swords, in Fingal county Dublin. In 2014, 21.7 million passengers passed through the airport, making it 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 International Airport.
The airport has an extensive ...Read Full Post »
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Hailing a Cab
Recently due to taxi licensing regulations the number of taxis in Dublin has increased from 2,000 to around 16,000! This makes finding and hailing a taxi in Dublin fairly easy. There are two different types of taxis in Dublin, Licensed taxis and hackney cabs. Hackney cabs are unmarked cars that must be hired for a fixed rate from a hackney office, typically a small walk in shop on any of Dublin’s main roads, with a sign reading “cabs”. L...Read Full Post »