18.01.16 - Going through Airport Security: Useful Advice for Irish Travellers
With many people heading off to the slopes this winter, if you are thinking of travelling through an Irish airport in 2016, here is some useful advice from the DAA (Dublin Airport Authority) that might help.
After the check in, the security check is a mandatory next step. You will be required to go through Passenger Security Screening. Both your carry-on luggage and check-in baggage will be checked by means of detection equipment and may also be subject to a hand search.
The security check is to ensure that you are not carrying any potentially dangerous substances or items that could pose a risk to the passengers and crew or to the security and safety of the aircraft.
Sharp objects should be removed from carry-on luggage and placed in checked-in luggage.
It is important to remember the regulation regarding the 100ml rule: passengers can bring liquids in containers of 100mls or less, packed in a single transparent, re-sealable one litre plastic bag.
Please be patient if you have to queue at the check-in desks, security control, or at the boarding gate. For this reason , it is recommended to arrive at least 90 minutes before your flight departure time. Wishing you a very pleasant flight!
For more information and advice, please visit the Dublin Airport Authority website at: http://www.dublinairport.com/gns/at-the-airport/airport-security.aspx
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