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28-03-2018, 22:46   #1516
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Due to fly out at 6.30am on Easter Monday morning from T2 with EI. Will be checking in on line with carry on baggage. If we are there at 5.20am will be ok or should we go express check in?
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I think you’ll be ok if you straight to security, boarding usually starts 25/30 mins before departure especially for early mornings. So bear that in mind.
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Due to fly out at 6.30am on Easter Monday morning from T2 with EI. Will be checking in on line with carry on baggage. If we are there at 5.20am will be ok or should we go express check in?
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Bear in mind if you have already checked-in on line you only have to face Security and Boarding, provided you are only carrying cabin baggage.
I presume when you say "express check in" you are referring to the priority "Fast Track" security service?
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29-03-2018, 17:36   #1518
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Aer Lingus

Hi all,

Was just wondering if what I was told was true, that Aer Lingus also operate out of the 300 gates in terminal 1? By the gate clock bar?

Getting a flight later and just want to double check to give extra time in case those are the gates I need to go to.

Cheers!
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29-03-2018, 17:54   #1519
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Hi all,

Was just wondering if what I was told was true, that Aer Lingus also operate out of the 300 gates in terminal 1? By the gate clock bar?

Getting a flight later and just want to double check to give extra time in case those are the gates I need to go to.

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Yes, during peak periods some flights operate from there; however you check in in T2.

You may also use the new remote gates or the bus gates depending on the flight so a little extra time is always useful.
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Getting a flight later and just want to double check to give extra time in case those are the gates I need to go to.

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Was just wondering if what I was told was true, that Aer Lingus also operate out of the 300 gates in terminal 1? By the gate clock bar?

Also, if you download the Dublin Airport app, you can usually check which gate your flight is boarding from.
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29-03-2018, 21:27   #1521
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Also, if you download the Dublin Airport app, you can usually check which gate your flight is boarding from.
Ah didnt know that, thank you!
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Bear in mind if you have already checked-in on line you only have to face Security and Boarding, provided you are only carrying cabin baggage.
I presume when you say "express check in" you are referring to the priority "Fast Track" security service?
You're right Pat. Changed it. Thanks.
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What's the most cash you can take on your person through Dublin into Luton, guys? Heading over Monday to pick up a car and will have €4500 on me and the thought never even crossed my mind that I could look like a poor mans Escobar.
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I think you’re allowed up to 10K but they’ll have questions....
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I think you’re allowed up to 10K but they’ll have questions....
I'll have my temporary insurance policy documentation with the car reg on it with me as well as proof of contact from the dealer so hopefully that should be enough.
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I'll have my temporary insurance policy documentation with the car reg on it with me as well as proof of contact from the dealer so hopefully that should be enough.
There's no limit on the amount of cash you can carry within the EU technically. Having some documentation is a good idea anyway just in case they think you're a mule!
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.......... Heading over Monday to pick up a car and will have €4500 on me and the thought never even crossed my mind that I could look like a poor mans Escobar.
Best question Ive seen in months!

Please tell me you will be wearing a striped top and a tache!
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Above 10,000 you have to declare it, however if you prove that a larger amount is legitimate, you can bring more. At the same time, if they find you with 4500 and you can’t prove its legitimacy, then they can confiscate it.
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Above 10,000 you have to declare it, however if you prove that a larger amount is legitimate, you can bring more. At the same time, if they find you with 4500 and you can’t prove its legitimacy, then they can confiscate it.
You don't have to declare it within the EU.
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You don't have to declare it within the EU.
Correct, and coming into or leaving Ireland they can't even take it off you unless it's over €6350 (ish)!

http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en...ravellers.html


Coming into the UK the rules are similar. No mention of what amount they won't take it off you though

https://www.gov.uk/bringing-cash-into-uk

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