The United States Customs and Border Protection (US CBP) facility at Dublin Airport Terminal 2 opened in January 2011, is a purpose built facility that allows US bound passengers to undertake all immigration, customs and agriculture inspections at Dublin prior to departure.

Having cleared USCBP, passengers arriving in the US are treated as domestic arrivals, which allows for a faster processing through their arrival airport in the United States including the checking through of any baggage to the traveller’s final destination.

Dublin Airport is one of the selected few airports outside North America which offer the CBP facility used by Aer Lingus, American Airlines,Delta Airlines, US Airways and United Airlines.


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