World Buiatrics Congress 2016 (WBC 2016) Contact WBC 2016
The World’s Premier Cattle Health Congress
July 3rd - 8th 2016 Dublin, Ireland

By AIR:

There are 57 airlines and over 175 flights traveling in and out of Dublin Airport every day. For information on flights into Dublin City Airport check out www.skyscanner.ie 

 

Terminal 1 Airlines:

Lufthansa SAS British Airways
CityJet Iberia Flybe
Norwegian Turkish Airlines Aer Arann
Air Baltic Adria Airways Air Canada Rouge
Air Southwest Air Transat BlueAir
Germanwings Luxair Cimber Sterling
Swiss WestJet  

 

Terminal 2 Airlines:

Emirates Etihad Airways Delta
United US Airways American Airlines

 

There is also a fully operational US Customs and Border facility within Terminal 2.

Irish Airlines

Aer Lingus

Ireland’s national carrier is Aer Lingus. The airline flies to destinations all over the world with direct flights to many major airports in the USA and Canada.

www.aerlingus.com

Ryanair

Ireland’s other big airline is Ryanair. Ryanair regularly add new routes to regional airports throughout Europe, often with good deals from smaller airports.

www.ryanair.com

Aer Arann

The smallest Irish carrier, Aer Arann operates a range of domestic flights to Dublin from Cork, Donegal, Galway, Sligo and Knock, as well as international flights from the Isle of Man, Blackpool, Cardiff and Inverness in the UK.

www.aerarann.com

 

FERRY:

Ireland is also easily accessible by ferry. There are up to 16 routes from Britain to Ireland every day in as little as one hour and fifty minutes.  For more information, click here.

 

CAR RENTAL:

Car rentals are readily available in Terminal 1 & 2 at Dublin Airport. For more information, click here.

How to get to the CCD:

Dublin Airport is among one of Europe’s top ten busiest airports managing upwards of 80,000 passengers per day. It is conveniently located just 10km outside Dublin city and is near major motorways M50 and the M1. It is served by a large number of buses, coaches, and taxis which allow for easy access into the city centre.

To get to the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD) from the Dublin Airport:

• Take the 2nd exit at the Dublin Airport roundabout onto the M1

• Continue on the M1 until you reach the Port Tunnel

• Exit the Port Tunnel and continue onto East Wall Road

• At the roundabout at the end of East Wall Road (beside 3 Arena), take the 2nd exit onto North Wall Quay

• After 850 metres The Convention Centre Dublin will be on your right

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