Flights Resume Following Fire At Dublin Airport

Flights have resumed at Dublin Airport following a fire at a hangar in a restricted area of the building.

Flights were suspended for around 90 minutes while firefighters tackled a blaze at Hangar 3, which is in a restricted area separate from passengers facilities.

There were no reports of any injuries due to the fire and Eirtech Aviation, which operates from the hangar, has confirmed that all of its personnel were evacuated and are safe.

Due to the disruption, there are likely to be knock-on delays to flights, passengers are advised to check with their airline regarding their flight status.


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