When Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2 came on stream in 2010, long-haul carriers were the first to make the move. Today, all of the traffic moving through Terminal 1 connects to short-haul and regional destinations.
In the few years before T2 opened, some new additions were made to Terminal 1. These include a new pier built in 2007 that now handles most of flights operated by Ryanair.
Nearly every short-haul flight heading into or out of Dublin Airport will be handled by Terminal 1. The only exceptions are short-haul flights operated by Aer Lingus. These are the airlines that operate regular year-round service from Terminal 1:
- Aer Arann
- Adria Airways
- Air Baltic
- Air Southwest
- Air Transit
- British Airways
- Blue Air
- Cimber Sterling
- Air Canada Rouge
- German Wings
- Swiss International Air Lines
- Thomson Airways is a key provider of service to the Canary Islands.
- Turkish Airlines
These are only some of the most prominent airlines operating out of Terminal 1. When seasonal and charter routes are included, the list includes dozens more entries.