Dublin Airport has opened new dedicated baby-feeding rooms in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, as part of the DAA‘s overall makeover plan for Ireland’s busiest airport.
Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said that the improved facilities for passengers travelling with babies and toddlers were created as a result of passenger feedback. “We are passionate about improving our customers’ experience further so once the need for dedicated baby feeding rooms was identified, we began the process to make it happen,” he said.
The rooms are located beyond passenger security screening beside the retail area in T2, and the food and beverage area in T1. The airport boss said consideration was given to the proximity of the new baby feeding rooms to other amenities and services.
“The prime locations for the baby feeding rooms means families and groups travelling together will not be separated,” Mr Harrison added. A seating area is available just outside both rooms to enable travelling companions to comfortably wait nearby.
The stations are equipped with a high chair, comfortable vinyl seating, a microwave and a bottle warmer. The airport said the facility offers passengers travelling with babies the opportunity to relax in a family friendly environment.
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