Advice for Travellers Using Dublin Airport Over Easter
Almost 340,000 passengers are expected to travel through Dublin Airport this Easter Bank Holiday Weekend from tomorrow, Friday April 14 until Monday, April 17 representing a 12 per cent increase compared to last Easter.
"Over 2,300 flights are expected to arrive and depart this Easter Bank Holiday weekend," said Dublin Airport spokesperson Siobhan O'Donnell.
“The Canary Islands and Spanish coastal resorts are the most popular sunshine destinations this Easter for passengers in search of sunshine. March was also a record month and the 36th consecutive month of passenger growth at Dublin Airport,” she added
Good Friday is expected to be the busiest day of the Easter Bank Holiday weekend with just under 100,000 passengers expected to arrive and depart through the airport.
Dublin Airport is also preparing for a busy summer season with nine new routes/services due to start in the coming weeks.
More than 5.8 million passengers have travelled through Dublin Airport in the first three months of the year, representing a five per cent increase, or an extra 260,000 passengers, compared to the same period last year.
Dublin Airport has the following advice for passengers travelling over the weekend:
Information regarding EU Aviation Security regulations concerning liquids is available on the airport’s website and passengers are advised to familiarise themselves with these BEFORE setting out on their journey to the airport
Dublin Airport will have Customer Care teams on duty across both terminals this Bank Holiday Weekend; they are there to assist passengers with their journey through the airport.
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