Flights at Dublin airport back on schedule

Flights at Dublin Airport are reported to be running on schedule again this afternoon, following some delays to passengers this morning as a result of increased security measures.

Flights at Dublin Airport are reported to be running on schedule again this afternoon, following some delays to passengers this morning as a result of increased security measures.

Extra security staff are due to be deployed tomorrow in a bid to further ease the situation.

However, Vincent Wall, of the Dublin Airport Authority, asked that passengers on short-haul flights to the UK and Europe must present themselves for check in at least 90 minutes before their departure time, while those on trans-Atlantic and charter flights should get to check-in at least two hours in advance.

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