Dublin Airport: Flights resume after a fire on a hangar roof

26
Aug

Flights have resumed at Dublin Airport after a fire on the roof of a hangar was brought under control.

Four fire appliances were sent to the scene after the alarm was raised at about 07:15 local time.

Flights were suspended for 90 minutes. The airport said it “regrets any inconvenience to passengers”.

It said “knock-on delays” were likely and has advised passengers to check with their airline for flight information.

The Dublin Airport Authority said the fire was in a restricted area, separate from the passenger facilities.

There are no reports of any injuries and the aircraft in the hangar has not been affected.

A number of flights were diverted to Belfast City and Shannon airports.

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