Nearly 100 flights delayed at Dublin Airport on Monday 1 month ago

Nearly 100 flights delayed at Dublin Airport on Monday

Major delays have been seen across Europe.

Travel woes have yet to end at Dublin Airport, as 93 flights were delayed on Monday (8 August).

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Passengers were left waiting as delays have majorly affected airports across Europe.

Both flights arriving and departing from Dublin Airport were heavily affected by the disruptions.

Here is the full list of delayed flights, along with by how long they were delayed for:

Delayed Arrivals:

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  • TP1326 - TAP Air Portugal from Lisbon - 46 minutes
  • EI471 - Aer Lingus from Split - 51 minutes
  • UA23 - United Airlines from Newark - 45 minutes
  • WS50 - Westjet from Halifax - 15 minutes
  • DL154 -  Delta Air Lines from Boston - 53 minutes
  • AC800 - Air Canada from Toronto - 62 minutes
  • FR7045 - Ryanair from Malaga - 15 minutes
  • EI203 - Aer Lingus from Manchester - 23 minutes
  • DL44 - Delta Air Lines from New York JFK - 148 minutes / 2 hours and 28 minutes
  • EI3251 - Aer Lingus from Edinburgh - 53 minutes
  • FR23 - Ryanair from Paris BVA - 23 minutes
  • EI120 - Aer Lingus from Orlando - 30 minutes
  • FR1453 - Ryanair from Brussels - 22 minutes
  • UA980 - United Airlines from Chicago - 148 minutes / 2 hours and 28 minutes
  • FR6678 - Ryanair from Kerry - 27 minutes
  • FR9429 - Ryanair from Milan BGY - 57 minutes
  • FR2371 - Ryanair from London Stansted - 15 minutes
  • FR6874 - Ryanair from Barcelona - 27 minutes
  • EI333 - Aer Lingus from Berlin - 36 minutes
  • KL935 - KLM Royal Dutch Airlines from Amsterdam - 21 minutes
  • VY8578 -  Vueling from Paris - 28 minutes
  • FR555 - Ryanair from Manchester - 22 minutes
  • EI3253 - Aer Lingus from Edinburgh - 47 minutes
  • FR7140 - Ryanair from Vilnius - 17 minutes
  • EI3325 - Aer Lingus from Manchester - 16 minutes
  • FR9431 - Ryanair from Rome - 70 minutes
  • FR7366 -  Ryanair from Vienna - 67 minutes
  • EI403 - Aer Lingus from Rome - 21 minutes
  • EI423 -  Aer Lingus from Venice - 16 minutes
  • FR3881 -  Ryanair from Dubrovnik - 25 minutes
  • FR6841 -  Ryanair from Naples - 37 minutes
  • EI605 -  Aer Lingus from Amsterdam - 71 minutes
  • FR633 - Ryanair from Copenhagen - 30 minutes
  • FR817 -  Ryanair from Edinburgh - 71 minutes
  • FR635 - Ryanair from Cardiff - 36 minutes
  • EI477 - Aer Lingus from Dubrovnik - 40 minutes
  • EI209 - Aer Lingus from Manchester - 36 minutes
  • FR561 -  Ryanair from Manchester - 55 minutes
  • FR1391 - Ryanair from Thessaloniki - 70 minutes
  • FR123 - Ryanair from London - 65 minutes
  • FR5773 - Ryanair from Glasgow - 55 minutes
  • FR815 - Ryanair from Edinburgh - 40 minutes
  • FR7085 - Ryanair from Rodez - 35 minutes
  • FR3333 -  Ryanair from Paphos - 70 minutes
  • EI237 - Aer Lingus from London - 20 minutes
  • EI3257 - Aer Lingus from Edinburgh - 15 minutes
  • FR2994 - Ryanair from Tours - 40 minutes
  • BA830 -  British Airways from London - 19 minutes
  • LH980 - Lufthansa from Frankfurt - 21 minutes
  • FR1987 - Ryanair from Nantes - 70 minutes
  • EI3227 - Aer Lingus from Glasgow - 40 minutes
  • FR2972 - Ryanair from Kaunas - 90 minutes
  • EI545 - Aer Lingus from Nice - 25 minutes
  • 0B155 - Blue Air from Bucharest - 50 minutes
  • EI749 - Aer Lingus from Bilbao - 15 minutes
  • EI527 - Aer Lingus from Paris - 20 minutes
  • FR1455 -  Ryanair from Milan - 40 minutes
  • TP1324 - TAP Air Portugal from Lisbon - 24 minutes
  • FR3105 -  Ryanair from Amsterdam - 25 minutes
  • FR7243 -  Ryanair from Malta - 15 minutes
  • FR7780 -  Ryanair from Alicante - 25 minutes
  • FR1024 -  Ryanair from Budapest - 15 minutes
  • FR1902 - Ryanair from Krakow - 35 minutes
  • FR7021 -  Ryanair from Thira - 20 minutes
  • FR7137 -  Ryanair from Lisbon - 25 minutes
  • FR1909 - Ryanair from Gdansk - 20 minutes
  • FR6484 - Ryanair from Bordeaux - 70 minutes
  • EI3395 -  Aer Lingus from Leeds - 30 minutes
  • EI245 Aer Lingus from London - 20 minutes
  • FR8434 Ryanair from Plovdiv - 30 minutes
  • FR9435 Ryanair from Rome - 50 minutes
  • FR1959 - Ryanair from Nice - 45 minutes
  • FR7095 - Ryanair from Corvera - 20 minutes
  • FR7047 - Ryanair from Malaga - 20 minute

Delayed Departures

  • TP1325 - TAP Air Portugal to Lisbon - 21 minutes
  • AF1017 - Air France to Paris - 16 minutes
  • QR20 -  Qatar Airways to Doha - 17 minutes
  • KL934 - KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to Amsterdam - 62 minutes / 1 hour 22 minutes
  • LX411- Swiss to Geneva - 37 minutes
  • WS51- Westjet to Halifax - 23 minutes
  • LH977 - Lufthansa to Frankfurt FRA - 47 minutes
  • BT662 - Airbaltic to Riga - 48 minutes
  • D83607 - Norwegian Air International to Copenhagen - 27 minutes
  • AY1382 -  Finnair to Helsinki - 16 minutes
  • LH2517 - Lufthansa to Munich - 21 minutes
  • TK1976 - Turkish Airlines to Istanbul - 16 minutes
  • IB3793 - Iberia to Madrid - 27 minutes
  • KL946 -  KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to Amsterdam - 19 minutes
  • FI417 - Icelandair to Reykjavik - 35 minutes
  • LX401 - SWISS to Zurich - 106 minutes / 1 hour and 41 minutes
  • KL936 - KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to Amsterdam - 65 minutes / 1 hour and 5 minutes
  • VY8579 - Vueling to Paris - 54 minutes
  • AF1817 - Air France to Paris - 23 minutes

JOE has reached out to Dublin Airport for comment.

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The delays are the latest in a series of issues at the airport, with several cases of missing luggage being dumped in a bin recently.

UTV obtained photographs from a "concerned whistleblower" a few days ago, showing suitcases left in a bin for disposal outside a warehouse at the airport packed with lost baggage.

In a statement issued to JOE, one of the baggage agencies at the airport, Sky Handling Partner (SHP), explained that the luggage was thrown away for "health and safety" reasons.

“We can confirm that a small number of bags were being disposed of because they posed a health and safety risk to staff and a risk of contamination for other bags in their vicinity," it said.

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"The bags in question contained foodstuffs and other perishable items against notified custom regulations.  These items were clearly going off and were at risk of attracting vermin."