Passengers report hour-long queues at Dublin Airport on Friday morning

Passengers are being reported of hour-long queues at Dublin Airport today.

er Daa has advised all passengers to arrive three and a half hours before their flight to ensure they do not miss their flight.

This is due to a lack of security staff as the airport “starts back up” to pre-pandemic staffing levels.

There have been delays in screening potential security guards and this has resulted in many people missing flights due to staff shortage queues in recent weeks.

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The Daa has resorted to opening security checkpoints 24 hours a day to lure people to the airport earlier and ease passenger flow and avoid bottleneck queues.

Passengers posted images of extremely long security queues on Friday morning, while others also reported lengthy delays at baggage handling areas.

A passenger posted a video on Twitter at 5:30am this morning showing hundreds of people in security queues with the caption: “Dublin Airport. Worst airport ever. What a disaster”.

One man reported arriving at the airport at 2:30am for a 6:30am flight and said the security queue “didn’t move much” until 4am.

Reports from the airport said late morning security and baggage lines had eased.

Daa has previously cited early morning as its busiest time at security.

Another posted a picture of long security lines and said: “Dublin Airport looks like a cattle market as always,” while a third passenger wrote that it took him “only three hours” to check in his luggage. “Thank you for the wonderful experience,” the man wrote.

Several people this morning reported problems checking baggage in at the airport, which is the responsibility of airlines to have staff at baggage counters and not the airport authority’s responsibility.

https://www.independent.ie/news/passengers-report-hours-long-queues-at-dublin-airport-on-friday-morning-41533558.html Passengers report hour-long queues at Dublin Airport on Friday morning

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