Workspace office provider Regus has opened a new business centre at Dublin airport.
The facility is located within the renovated Skybridge building (originally known as the TASC building) close to Terminal 1.
The centre occupies three floors of the building and features fully serviced office, co-working and meeting room spaces, with views across the airfield and North Dublin.
Customers will recognise the building by the white sphere on its roof, which holds Met Eireann’s radar equipment.
Dublin airport is set to welcome five new long-haul services this year, including daily flights to Doha with Qatar Airways, summer services to Boston with Delta and Miami with Aer Lingus, daily flights to New York’s Stewart International airport with Norwegian, and a five-times weekly service to Providence, Rhode Island, also with Norwegian.
Commenting on the new centre Regus country manager, Gearoid Collins said:
“With a sharp rise in passenger numbers, there is significant demand for flexible working space close to Dublin Airport’s terminal buildings.
“This development offers an ideal solution for our customers who are looking for quick and easy access to high spec office accommodation located a short distance from both terminals.”
Regus recently announced plans to open Express facilities at Heathrow Terminals 2 and 3, as part of the plans to roll out the format at key transport hubs including airports, railway stations and motorway service areas.