The advice for people flying out of Dublin airport in the coming days and weeks has changed.
Passengers have faced lengthy delays through security checks because of a lack of staff with security clearance and the increase in travel following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.
The Dublin Airport Authority now says anyone travelling on short haul flights should arrive up to two and a half hours before departure and three and a half hours for long-haul travel.
Anyone on a short-haul flight that's due to take off after 8.30am shouldn't arrive at the airport any earlier than 6am.
Passengers due to fly out of @DublinAirport are advised to arrive up to 2.5 hours before the departure of short-haul flights to Europe & UK & up to 3.5 hours for long-haul. Passengers on short-haul flights taking off after 08.30 are advised not to arrive any earlier than 06.00. pic.twitter.com/Dp9uXN2DDH
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) April 19, 2022
The daa is currently recruiting hundreds of security workers to fill major staffing gaps caused by the pandemic.
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