PICS: Flight operations suspended at Dublin Airport after hangar fire

Dublin Airport has temporarily suspended operations as it deals with a fire in a hangar.

Dublin Fire Brigade has said the alarm was raised at 7.15am.

Four fire engines are currently en route from Finglas, Kilbarrack, Balbriggan and Swords stations, while the airport's own fire crew is also attending.

A ladder unit and environmental foam unit have also been dispatched by Dublin Fire Brigade and an incident command unit is due to attend the scene.

There are reports that an aircraft is in the hangar, however there are no reports of any injuries and no ambulance has been sent to the airport.

The airport has advised passengers, through its Twitter feed, to check with their airline for the latest information on their flights.

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