In October 2022, I had the pleasure of visiting the British Isles with one of my best friends.
Because I am inveterate schemer who is morally and monetarily opposed to paying the Air Passenger Duty (APD) on flights out of the United Kingdom, and also because I have some interest in Irish history, I did what any self-respecting tax dodger would do and opted to go to Ireland.
This meant that our trip concluded on the Emerald Isle, and we departed for our home countries from Dublin Airport, therefore avoiding the APD.
Despite feeling slightly under the weather due to a rather late night on the eve of my departure, I wasn’t about to miss a chance to visit the T2 Lounge Dublin Airport prior to my flight.
T2 Lounge Dublin Airport – Access
When you enter Dublin Airport, you’ll usually be dropped off at Terminal 1 for departing international flights. The airport is often bustling, even early in the morning, and so it took a while to clear security.
After going through the security motions, I realized that Terminal 2 was still quite a distance to walk, which wasn’t aided by the rather lacklustre terminal maps of Dublin Airport provided online.
Then again, I wasn’t in the best physical condition the morning of my flight, so perhaps that made me a bit more sluggish.
Once the trudge to the lounge from Terminal 1 was over, I had to do a double-take, because the T2 Lounge is located next to two other lounges. To make matters more confusing, one lounge is associated with the airport itself (in the case of the East Lounge), and the other is with the airport’s flagship carrier Aer Lingus (in the case of the eponymous lounge).
The T2 Lounge Dublin Airport is located on the same level as the 400 gates, in a corridor that is home to the other lounges.
I saw more than one confused customer being gently turned away by the T2 Lounge staff, only to stumble into the next lounge where their boarding pass or other proof of entry was permitted.
Fortunately, we were able to locate the T2 Lounge, which helpfully included a list of its preferred partners on the door outside. With a quick swipe of my Priority Pass card, which comes as a benefit with my American Express Platinum Card, I was able to gain entrance for both myself and a guest without issue.
The lounge is open from 5am–7pm daily, so be aware that you may have to…
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