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Dublin Airport Fully Operational Following Storm Isha

Emily Keegan
Emily Keegan

09:15 22 Jan 2024

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Dublin Airport is operating as normal today, following a chaotic Sunday full of diversions, delays and cancellations.

Storm Isha effected a large number of departing and arriving flights for the airport, with 166 inbound and outbound cancellations across the day.

In addition, 36 flights had to divert away to other airports, while 34 aircraft performed go-arounds.

daa is advising anyone that's due to flight out of Dublin today to check the status of their flight with the individual airline.

With some aircraft still out of position, a total of 29 flights have been cancelled as of 8.30am today, including 16 arriving flights and 13 departures.

Passengers seeking to re-book cancelled flights are encouraged to do this online to avoid unnecessary queuing at airline desks in the terminals which will be extra busy.

Dublin Airport Terminal 2.

Graeme McQueen, Media Relations with daa, says much of the advice for holidaymakers and flyers today remains the same as usual:

"Our advice to passengers flying on Monday remains to arrive at their terminal two hours before a short-haul flight and three hours before a long-haul flight.

"For any of our car park customers delayed coming back into Dublin Airport due to Storm Isha, we will be happy to waive any additional fees they may have incurred as a result. Impacted passengers should speak with a member of staff on the ground or use the intercom facility at the pay stations before exiting the car park advising them of their flight details.”

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