In a statement published on DublinAirport.com, Dublin Airport operator DAA has published updated advice for individuals who are travelling from Dublin Airport.
According to the statement published on DublinAirport.com, individuals who travelling from Dublin Airport are now advised to arrive at the airport up to two and a half hours before the scheduled departure time of short-haul flights to the UK and Europe and the UK, and up to three and a half hours before the scheduled departure time of long-haul flights.
Additionally, individuals who are travelling on short-haul flights that are scheduled to take off after 8.30am are advised not to arrive at the airport earlier than 6am to alleviate pressure on the passenger security screening area during the day's first wave of departing flights, which comprises flights that are scheduled to depart before 8.30am, and DAA said that passengers for short-haul flights do not need to arrive at the airport earlier than two and a hours before their flight's scheduled departure time, according to the statement published on DublinAirport.com.
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The statement published on DublinAirport.com also noted that approximately 200,000 passengers departed from Dublin Airport between Good Friday and Easter Monday 2022, which was the highest number that departed the airport over a consecutive four-day period since Christmas of 2019, and that DAA noted that no passengers missed their flight as a result of security delays during Easter weekend 2022, with the majority of passengers getting through security in less than 40 minutes in both terminals, and a small number getting through slower than that at certain peak times.
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