- New passenger study names Dublin as 10th best globally
among top international airports -
Local Fianna Fáil TD and Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Darragh O’Brien has said that the latest global rankings conducted by travel website, eDreams, are in recognition of the high standards upheld by all those working in the capital’s airport.
The ranking was calculated by examining over 65,000 passenger reviews and focusing on key areas of overall quality including airport facilities.
“Dublin Airport continues to experience strong growth in volumes, welcoming more than 25 million people in the latest observation. Just last year it was the named the fastest growing major European airport as it acts as one of the largest gateways between over 180 destinations across 41 countries,” commented the Fingal based TD.
“It is a credit to all staff and employees that this is the second accolade for the airport in recent months, with it being named the third best in Europe for customer service and subsequently receiving the Airports Council International (ACI) World Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Award earlier this year.
“As passenger numbers have grown, the quality of customer experience has only improved. The good reputation, hard work and loyalty of staff at the North Dublin campus have propelled Dublin Airport to become recognised as one of the busiest and efficient airports worldwide,” he concluded.