Dublin Airport preparing for record weekend

Passenger numbers at Dublin Airport are expected to surpass the 400,000 mark for the first time ever over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Passengers travelling through the airport are asked to avoid causing delays by ensuring they do not have prohibited items, such as scissors, toy guns and liquids, in their hand luggage.

Aer Lingus have advised people to give themselves extra time when heading to the airport to jet away.

Those taking European flights are advised to arrive at the airport two-and-a-half hours before takeoff, while those heading across the Atlantic should give themselves an hour more…

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