IRELAND | Dublin
Dublin International Airport
A private FBO at Dublin Airport with two dedicated Jet A-1 fuel trucks and offering support for trips throughout Ireland
Welcome to Dublin!
It is my pleasure to welcome you to Dublin Airport, where we want our excellent customer service and our first-rate facilities to leave a lasting impression.
Our philosophy is simple: to take the burden of operational requirements away from visiting crews and to ensure that all passengers experience a seamless turnaround.
While an aeroplane is being prepared, our VIP transfer vehicles are available to take passengers to our private facility, which includes two lounges, WiFi and flat-screen TVs, and a complimentary customer car park. Operationally, we have two Jet A-1 fuel trucks on request 24/7 to ensure the timely departure of clients who need to travel on short notice.
We look forward to seeing you on your next trip.
Universal Aviation in Dublin
Three different ways we can take care of your
ground support needs throughout Ireland
Ground support capabilities
|Customs and immigration?||Yes|
|UVair® contract fuel available?||Yes|
|Limousine service and car rental?||Yes|
|Crew accommodation arrangements?||Yes|
|Direct ramp access?||No|
|Computerized worldwide weather briefings?||Yes|
|Additional capabilities||Dedicated jet fuel trucks; newly refurbished facility|
|ACAS/TCAS II:||Required for turbine engine aircraft with MTOW exceeding 15,000 kg or more than 30 pax seats|
|ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II:||No restrictions|
|RNP 5/RNP 10 airspace:||Yes|
|8.33 MHz channel spacing:||Required|
|Airport fire protection category:||EIDW: 9|
Directions to airport
Start out at Trinity College, Dublin. Turn right. Drive onto Saint Andrew Street. Turn left onto Church Lane. Turn right onto the N81. Continue onto the N11. Continue onto the N1. Continue onto the M1 (signposted, “M1″). Leave the M1 at Junction 2, then merge onto an unnamed road (signposted, “Airport.”) At the airport roundabout, take the second exit. Continue onto Swords Road. Stay in the left lane. Turn right at the traffic light at the intersection. Drive for 200 yards. In quick succession, turn left, then right, then left again. Universal Aviation is located a short distance away on the lefthand side.
Directions to office
En route to the terminal, Universal Aviation is located 1/4 mile from the main airport entrance. From the airport, turn right and follow the road to the crossroads junction. Turn right and head straight for 200 yards. In quick succession, turn left, then right, then left. Universal Aviation is located on the left-hand side.
Facility contact information
Universal Aviation Dublin
Dublin International Airport
Republic of Ireland
|Hours of operation||0800 – 2200 (24 hours on request)|
|VIP passenger lounge?||Yes – Two passenger lounges are available.|
|VIP crew lounge?||Yes|
Dublin Airport (EIDW) has introduced new
security procedures for GA traffic
As of May 2012, all outbound passengers and crew will now need to be fully screened and must comply with the same security protocols as commercial passengers. Previously, this was not a requirement and passengers and crew were allowed to proceed out to the aircraft without any screening. Business aircraft operators should anticipate that extra time will be needed to clear security. If you have questions about these changes, please contact us by phone at +353 1 8145777 or send us your questions online.
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Latest Update of Shannon U.S. CBP Preclearance
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