Dublin airport is the busiest airport of the Republic of Ireland by total passenger traffic, followed by Belfast International Airport. 2018 was the busiest year in the history of the airport with more than 31.5 million passengers handled. Its network consist of short-haul and long-haul routes to destinations in North America, the Middle East or East Asia. The airport's top destinations are: London, Amsterdam, Manchester, New York, Birmingham, Paris, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Barcelona, Malaga. There are a number of airlines which operate flights from Dublin airport, including British Airways, Ryanair, Flybe, Aer Lingus, Air Arabia, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Qatar Airways, Aeroflot, Emirates and many more. Dublin airport is the only European major airport to offer US preclearance allowing passengers arriving in the US to be treated as domestic arrivals to avoid immigration queues. Dining facilities which can be found at the airport include, for instance, McDonald’s, Marqette, Upper Crust, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Irish Meadows, Butlers Chocolate Café or Starbucks. Passengers travelling within the European Union can use the Shop & Collect service which allows to buy desirable items before the flight without having to carry them on board. The airport offers a wide range of places to shop such as Pandora, Parfois, Superdry, WHSmith or Coach. The airport is equipped with quiet, air-conditioned lounges with complimentary drinks, snacks, newspapers and magazines, located in both terminals. They were designed for those flying on business or in need of some privacy. The users have at their disposal a luxurious, private terminal open 24/7 with a dedicated team to provide the VIP treatment and satisfy even the most demanding customers. It features the facilities such as private check-in and baggage handling, fully-equipped private suites, chauffeur service direct to the aircraft, private car park access, as well as discreet meeting rooms.