Register for Web Summit in Dublin Airport right after you land

To register for Web Summit you must download the Web Summit app

If you’re a general attendee, joining ALPHA, BETA or START with your startup or an investor you can register right after landing in Dublin Airport’s Terminals 1 and 2.

All you need is the app.

It’s less than a week until Web Summit. You’ve already been checking our app for people with whom to connect, using our schedule to take a note of all the talks you can’t miss and reading about all the must-know startup hacks.

For any of this prep work to be worth your while, you’re going to have to get yourself registered and inside the doors of the RDS. Luckily, we’ve made the process as painless as possible.

You can now register as soon as you land in Dublin Airport. Simple.



Dublin Airport Arrivals – Eitilití Isteach as Gaeilge, if you’re asking. 

To register at the airport you must download the Web Summit app.

Bring photo ID along with the app downloaded on your phone  and you’re good to go. There’s a QR code in the app you’ll be asked to show on registering in Dublin Airport.

Here’s when airport registration is available in Terminals 1 and 2:

Sunday, November 1

General attendees, ALPHA, BETA and START startups and investors can register in Dublin Airport starting Sunday, November 1. Airport registration opens at 8am and closes at 10pm.

Monday , November 2

Web Summit startups, general attendees and investors can register in the airport on Monday, November 2. Registration opens at 8am and closes at 10pm.

Tuesday, November 3

Again, airport registration will be open to general attendees, startups and investors from 8am to 10pm.

Get registered in the airport and get enjoying Dublin during Web Summit week.


Download our Web Summit and get registered right after you land in Dublin Airport. Remember that you must download the app to access Web Summit.

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