Dublin airport reveal 'passport check' delays will not impact weekend traffic

Dublin airport reveal 'passport check' delays will not impact weekend traffic

A Dublin Airport spokesman has down played fears of delays this weekend and has said the extra passport checks in place at airports within the Schengen Area did not apply in Dublin.

For European flights Dublin Airport advises that passengers should continue to arrive 90 minutes beforehand and allow an extra 30 mins if parking a car. Passengers should allow longer for long-haul flights and should also check with their airline.

It is estimated that 400,000 people will pass through the Airport this bank holiday weekend


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