There are many mysteries in life; how they get the figs into the fig roll, why cork people consider themselves superior to Kerry people, the reason for evil. A bigger mystery is why at Dublin airport the buses for the long term car parks do not serve the new terminal two which cost nearly €400m euro and which serves not just the flagship Aer Lingus carrier but also the transatlantic long haul.
Instead, the buses remain where they always were, at terminal one. So you walk the fairly short distance and get your bus. Which is fine when the weather is clement, but not so fine in the not-infrequent rain.
Iv emailed Dublin Airport Authority on this (and on some other issues) over the years but no response. The website doesn't even have a “customer feedback” section as far as I can see. What's the deal?