Dublin Airport has been shortlisted for the title of ‘Best Large Airport in Europe 2017’.
Dublin Airport is nominated alongside London Heathrow and Madrid Barajas airports in the category for large airports handling more than 25 million passengers a year.
“It is a tremendous honour for Dublin Airport to be shortlisted for such a major international award,” said Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison.
“We are constantly looking at innovative ideas to improve our service for our customers and passengers and we are always striving to make Dublin Airport one of the best and most efficient airports in Europe,” he added.
Dublin received a further nomination for Europe’s most accessible airport – an award which it won last year.
Other airports shortlisted in this category are Copenhagen, Riga, Larnaca and Stockholm Arlanda.
Now in their thirteenth year, the prestigious ACI Europe Best Airport Awards recognise excellence and achievement across a whole range of disciplines including retail, security, operations, facilities, community relations, environmental awareness and customer service.
The winners will be announced at a gala dinner at the 27th ACI Europe General Assembly, Congress and Exhibition in Paris on June 13.