Dublin Airport sees record numbers in 2018

Dublin Airport sees record numbers in 2018

Dublin Airport has welcomed more than 30 million passengers this year for the first time in its 78-year history.

The number of people using the airport is up 6% so far this year with particular growth on European and transatlantic routes.

Dublin Airport says the figures are good news for the Irish economy.

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