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Dublin Airport Improves Food and Beverage Offering for Passengers

Dublin Airport has commenced the rollout of a number of new additions to its food and beverage options for passengers as the busy summer season gets underway.

The launch of new eating and drinking options are the latest improvements being rolled out by airport operator daa in the two terminals at Dublin Airport as part of a 15-point plan launched in March this year, which aim to provide a better and more enjoyable travel experience for passengers.

The new The Lansdowne Bar + Kitchen has recently opened its doors on the Arrivals floor in Terminal 1, with four more new outlets set to open over the coming weeks.

Among the other new outlets due to open shortly are a seasonal pop-up coffee unit at the bustling 100 gates in Terminal 1, as well as new outlets from popular Irish brands including Cloudpicker Coffee Roasters, Camile Thai, and Handsome Burger.

Improvements are also being made to Dublin Airport’s lounges. In partnership with catering partner KSG, the lounges at Dublin Airport will shortly start offering hot food options in the T1 Lounge, The East Lounge, and the US pre-clearance lounge in Terminal 2, 51st & Green.

Aileen Dowd, Food and Beverage Business Development Manager at Dublin Airport said: “We have listened to what passengers want and the additions we are making in both terminals will increase the food and drink options and lead to a more enjoyable experience for everyone who travels through Dublin Airport. Our goal is to deliver the best food and beverage offerings possible, providing increased variety, quality, and affordability. We are proud of the progress we have made so far to enhance the food and drink offerings at Dublin Airport and passengers can look forward to many more exciting additions coming very soon.”

Geoff Percival
Geoff Percival
Geoff has worked in business, news, consumer and travel journalism for more than 25 years; having worked for and contributed to the likes of The Irish Examiner, Business & Finance, Business Plus, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Senior Times, and The Sunday Tribune.

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