Dublin To Expand Airport Catering

Dublin Airport is to overhaul its food and drink offerings, resulting in more than 20 new and improved bars, cafes and restaurants.

The latest additions will mean that a total of 42 different outlets are available across the two terminals, providing choice at a range of price points.

The transformation will be carried out in partnership with KSG and Lagardère Travel Retail over the course of 2024. Work has started on several units and will continue either side of the busy summer period, with more than half of the new and revamped units opening by June.

Among the new brands arriving will be Supermac's, Papa John’s, Insomnia Coffee and Pret A Manger, while existing outlets such as Butler's Chocolate Cafe, Burger King and Jump Juice are all set to add to their existing presence in the terminals with enhanced outlets both airside and landside.

According to Vincent Harrison, Chief Commercial and Development Officer at daa:

“These enhancements build on the many new outlets we have opened and improved in the terminals over recent years, which are going down very well with passengers. We've listened closely to passengers and have heard loud and clear that they want more choice, including more gluten-free options, and by working with our partners, we are going to offer them more variety than ever before. Passengers will soon be able to enjoy everything from Italian, Asian and Mexican outlets through to local favourites and up-and-coming Irish brands.”