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October Bank Holiday Advice For Passengers

October 22 2010

DUBLIN AIRPORT

More than 220,000 passengers are expected to travel through Dublin Airport this Bank Holiday Weekend from Friday 22nd to Monday 25th October 2010.

Over 1,800 flights will arrive and depart during this period including 40 charter flights, mainly to sun destinations such as Canary Islands and mainland Spain.

Passengers are advised to be in the terminal building at least 90 minutes before their flight departure time irrespective of whether they are checking in at the airport or have checked in on-line. A further 30 minutes should be factored in if passengers are using one of the long-term car parks.

Passengers are also advised to prepare for security screening in advance by removing laptops from cases, belts, outer jackets and sharp objects from hand luggage. Information regarding EU Aviation Security regulations concerning liquids are available on www.dublinairport.com and passengers are advised to familiarise themselves with these BEFORE setting out on their journey to the airport.

Additional staff will be on duty in key operational areas throughout the busy weekend as well as our Customer Care teams who are here to help smooth the way for passengers and to offer advice on preparation for security including EU security restriction concerning liquids.

22nd October, 2010



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