Dublin Airport DUB+ Fast Track Grant Thornton

Dublin Airport Partners With Grant Thornton

Dublin Airport DUB+ Fast Track Grant Thornton

Dublin Airport has begun a three-year partnership with Grant Thornton which will see the professional services firm sponsor the airport’s Fast Track facility.

This is one of the first sponsorships of an airport fast track facility worldwide.

Under the partnership, Dublin Airport’s Fast Track facilities in T1 and T2 will be exclusively branded by Grant Thornton, with the product now known as Fast Track at Dublin Airport with Grant Thornton.

Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison commented on the partnership saying “we’re delighted to have concluded this ground-breaking agreement with Grant Thornton to sponsor our Fast Track product.”

He added “about 80,000 passengers travel through Dublin Airport daily so the power and value of airport advertising has been long recognised and with this agreement we want to take that to the next level.”

Almost three quarter of a million passengers used Dublin Airport’s Fast Track service in 2017.

Grant Thornton is Ireland’s fastest-growing professional services firm, having expanded its team and service offering to meet increased demand from clients across, tax, audit and all aspects of advisory.

Michael McAteer, Managing Partner, Grant Thornton Ireland, said: “Grant Thornton is delighted to partner with Dublin Airport on such a unique and innovative sponsorship.”

He continued “this places Grant Thornton front and centre of business travel from Ireland as the firm pursues an ambitious growth strategy at home and overseas. Fast Track eases the journey for business passengers, a key audience for the firm, and Grant Thornton is proud to lend its name to such a premium passenger experience.”

Pictured above: Grant Thornton Ireland Managing Partner, Michael McAteer, Dublin Airport Head of Advertising Sales, Loreto O’Byrne, Grant Thornton Ireland Marketing Director, Ciara Bourke and  Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison.

20th April 2018