Dublin Airport has just about managed to be included in the top ten airports in the world, as the North Dublin airport has been named as the tenth best airport in the whole world, according to a survey carried out by travel website eDreams.
Not too shabby, eh?
The top spot comes down to 65,000 passenger reviews, ranking Dublin in the top ten, based on criteria such as overall airport quality, waiting areas, shopping, and restaurants.
According to the survey, the best airport in the world has been named as Finland’s Helsinki-Vantaa, while Germany’s Berlin Schönefeld was fell in last place.
Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said this of the result:
“[it’s] a huge recognition of the daily efforts of all of our employees to make each passenger’s journey as smooth and as pleasant as possible”.
Reports also show that passenger numbers at the Irish Airport increased by 11% to a record 27.9million last year, while for the first two months of 2017, passenger traffic is up 6% to 3.6m.