ICE to provide money exchange services at Dublin Airport

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Travel money provider International Currency Exchange (ICE) has been selected as the new provider of ATM machines as well as foreign currency exchange and VAT refund services at Dublin Airport, Ireland.

Dublin Airport Authority (daa) awarded ICE the contract following a competitive tender process. It includes the operation of nine foreign exchange bureaus throughout the airport where ICE can offer click and collect currency reservation services and provide VAT refunds. ICE will also supply a range of ATMs, some of which will offer multi-currency withdrawals, in both landside and airside locations in the terminals and boarding gate areas.

John Brennan, general manager commercial at Dublin Airport, said, “This contract will deliver a better product for our customers with a considerable increase in the number of ATMs at the airport and significantly extended opening hours for VAT Refund services.”

ICE, who opened their first branch at London’s Victoria Station over 40 years ago, has more than 400 branches across Europe, the United States, Canada, Mexico, India, China, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia.

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