IAA Dublin ATC Tower - Open House Dublin 2022
Building Tour

IAA Dublin ATC Tower

Scott Tallon Walker Architects
Huntstown, Co. Dublin, K67 FD45
10am – 10.45am
11.30am – 12.15pm
1pm – 1.45pm
2.30pm – 3.15pm
4pm – 4.45
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Dublin Air Traffic Control Tower against blue dusk sky with red poppies in foreground Silhouette of Dublin Air Traffic Control Tower against a golden yellow sky at twilight with airplane landing in foreground Full moon overlooking Dublin Air Traffic Control Tower against blue sky

The IAA continues to prepare for the future with the construction of a new visual control tower that, together with a new runway, will help with airspace management and traffic flow.

At 87.7m high, the visual control tower is Ireland’s tallest occupied structure and is a commanding new addition to the city’s skyline that can be seen from towns and villages in Dublin, Meath, Louth, Kildare and Wicklow.

The tower, a key element in complex high-traffic airports, was designed as a slim, elegant structure offering clear sight lines of both the current and future runways.
The iconic new facility represents a commitment by IAA’s Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) to improved safety, energy efficiency, and enhanced service for customers.

Fitted out with the most modern air traffic management, communications and aviation surveillance equipment, the new tower, as the most modern ATC facility in Europe is designed to ensure safety of operations at Dublin airport.

There is no public transport to the venue, and parking is limited.
All tours must be booked in advance.
Bags will not be permitted on the tours.
Participants will be required to present a form of photographic ID on arrival and provide their full name and car registration when booking the tickets.

Accessibility Information

The top floor CAB is not accessible to those that cannot manage stairs. The rest of the building is accessible up until this point.

Accessible Toilets, Assistance Dogs welcome


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