DUBLIN Airport has announced an “extra special” deal ahead of Valentines Day next week.
The popular airline is now offering up to 20 per cent off their pre-flight lounge experience – just in time for any couple jetting off for a special Valentines trip.
The airline took to social media to announce the fantastic deal – and it’s sure to make for a great start to this Valentines week.
They captioned their post: “Roses are red, Violets are blue, We’ve got up to 20% off our Lounges, Just for you… .
“Heading off on a romantic break? Get your trip off to an extra special start!”
Travel goers can now save up to €7 on their pre-flight lounge experience.
However, couples planning a romantic getaway must act quick as the 20 per cent off deal will only last until February 29, 2024.
To ensure you’re Valentines trip is super special for your loved one, make sure to head to dublinairport.com to book your lounge experience.
Take advantage of a the delicious food and drink options in the lounge – with no queues or hassle.
Relax within the stylish and comfortable interior of the lounge and enjoy you’re own designated table.
Make sure all your electric devices are fully charged up before the flight with the ample charging points available in the lounge.
And of course make use of the unlimited free Wi-Fi, printing facilities and luxurious business centre.
Book now while the offer still stands!
Meanwhile, Dublin Airport has issued a promise to passengers that more bus seats will be available.
Airport chiefs announced the major travel boost after new permits were issued to transport operators.
As a result, it’s anticipated that by next year an extra 35 million bus seats will be available.
Starting next month, there will be over 1,000 buses running every day from the airport.
This is compared to 900 last year, and it is set to rise even more, with 1,200 planned to leave the airport daily in 2025, subject to operator rollout.
Chief commercial and development officer at DAA, Vincent Harrison said: “The addition of more bus options will come as great news to passengers at Dublin Airport, which is already the largest bus interchange in Ireland, with services to all 32 counties on the island.
“Figures published by the National Transport Authority (NTA) show the number of car journeys to Dublin Airport fell between 2019 and 2023 and the continued focus on improving attractive public transport links to the airport is one of the reasons for that.
“The increased frequencies we’re announcing will further that progress over the years ahead.”
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The permits will benefit both terminals, as the DAA promise that this will mean there will be a bus seat for “every passenger from 2024 onwards”.
This will increase to “more than 35 million bus seats expected to be available by 2025”.