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Dublin Airport ‘busiest week’ warning to be ‘prepared’ as 250,000 jet depart

OVER 250,000 passengers are expected at Dublin Airport this weekend as strained staff prepare for the busiest period since the Covid-19 pandemic.

Dublin Airport Authority has warned travelers to be “prepared” when the big Easter holiday begins.

Over 250,000 people are expected at Dublin Airport this weekend

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Over 250,000 people are expected at Dublin Airport this weekend
DAA's Graeme McQueen said the airport was

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DAA’s Graeme McQueen said the airport was “prepared” for a busy weekend.
The airport is again at 90 percent of the record travel volume

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The airport is again at 90 percent of the record travel volume

Graham McQueen, DAA Media Relations Manager, said: “All of the weekend will be very busy but this afternoon will be one of the busiest weekends since 2019.

“But we’re in a good position to do that. We make sure we have as many security guards as possible and open as many security gates as possible.

“We encourage people to be there up to three and a half hours before their flight and that will give them ample time to get through security to their flight and on to their desired destination.

“Prepare for things to get busier.”

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Dublin Airport has issued travel advice to passengers flying over the Easter weekend.

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According to the DAA, passenger numbers were already at least 90 percent of the record level set three years ago, when 33 million passengers passed through the airport.

More than 600 employees have been redeployed to support airport security, which focuses solely on security screening and screening of passengers.

Other staff help monitor and manage the queues and assist with the return of the bowls to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible.

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The DAA said there have been no missed flights due to airport delays.

Airport authorities across Europe, the United States, Australia and the UK are struggling to recover from the collapse in global travel.

Dublin Airport bosses four important pieces of advice for those who are jetting off over the break, warning:

  • Arrive no more than 3.5 hours before your flight.
  • Do not arrive before 5am for flights departing after 8:30am.
  • Do not arrive before your airline’s check-in and drop-offs are open.
  • Do not come to Terminal 2 security before it opens at 4am.

The passengers were also reminded of this Parking spaces are sold out for this Saturday April 16th with only limited availability for short periods on other days this weekend.

Elsewhere, the Road Safety Authority and Gardai have issued an urgent appeal for motorists to be careful on the roads over the Bank Holiday weekend, as the latest figures show 50 people have died on Irish roads this year, compared with 29 up same day date last year.

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Hildegarde Naughton, Minister of State at the Department for Transport, said: “The increase in road deaths this year is deeply worrying.

“We all need to take action to reverse this trend by being more careful on the roads – especially during the risky Easter holidays.”

https://www.thesun.ie/travel/8660272/dublin-airport-busiest-week-urgent-warning-thousands/ Dublin Airport ‘busiest week’ warning to be ‘prepared’ as 250,000 jet depart

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