August 02 2007
More than 350,000 passengers are expected to travel through Dublin
Airport over the course of the August Bank Holiday Weekend from Friday
3rd to Monday 6th August (incl), 2007, a 10% increase over the same
period last year.
Over 2,400 flights will arrive and depart during this time including 280
charter flights, which have been added to the normal schedule.
Dublin Airport would like to remind passengers about the EU Aviation Security
regulations concerning liquids. Passengers are urge to check the details
of these regulations on www.dublinairport.com BEFORE setting out
on their journey to the airport.
Once again passengers are reminded to remove all sharp objects from hand
luggage. These objects should be packed into checked in luggage, in
addition, all laptop computers must be removed from their outer casing for
Dublin Airport's Customer Care teams will be working throughout the terminal
building this bank holiday weekend. Dressed in bright pink polo shirts
they are here to help smooth the way for passengers travelling through the
terminal building, they will also be on hand to give advice on EU liquid
restrictions and they will be assisting airlines in managing their queues at
Passengers are advised to check-in at least 90 minutes BEFORE their flight
departure time and to allow a further 30 minutes if they are using one of the
long-term car parks.
Passengers are also advised not to arrive at the airport hours in advance of
their flight departure time.
2nd August, 2007
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