Dublin Airport: After wings were clipped, DAA is asking passengers to arrive 30 minutes later due to improved security times

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It’s not every day that we can take back half an hour of our lives. According to Dublin Airport, from today passengers should arrive at the airport just two hours before a short-haul flight and three hours before a long-haul flight, 30 minutes later than they were asked to arrive yesterday.

It follows six straight weeks in which airport wait times have improved, with passengers getting through without waiting in line for more than 45 minutes for security.

https://www.independent.ie/news/dublin-airport-after-getting-its-wings-clipped-improved-security-times-sees-daa-ask-passengers-to-arrive-30-minutes-later-41914270.html Dublin Airport: After wings were clipped, DAA is asking passengers to arrive 30 minutes later due to improved security times

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