It was announced today that Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workspace solutions, has opened at Dublin Airport’s iconic Skybridge House to cater for the needs of passengers and the growing number of businesses in Dublin.
Skybridge House is a seven-story office building located in a high profile location within Dublin Airport’s Business Campus. The building has had a complete refurbishment to International Grade A standards. The landmark building is recognised for its rooftop on which is perched the giant sphere that contains Met Eireann’s radar equipment.
Regus hopes to benefit the ever-increasing passenger numbers passing through Dublin Airport per month. Passenger numbers were up 6% for the first two months of this year with 3.6 million travelling through the airport over that time.
The new business centre offers panoramic views across the airfield and North Dublin and can be used for any period of time - from one hour to one year and thereafter. It occupies three floors in the newly renovated Skybridge House and offers professional, modern and fully serviced office, coworking and meeting room space, just a short stroll from Terminal 1.
Managing Director of Dublin Airport, Vincent Harrison said, "We have identified the need for easy access, high quality office accommodation and Regus can now offer this service to our business customers. Dublin Airport’s extensive long-haul and short-haul route network, as well as high frequency connections to a huge number of destinations, makes it an ideal location to do business."