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Recommended arrival times for passengers flying from Dublin Airport have been relaxed.

Passengers are now advised to arrive two hours before short-haul flights and three hours before long-haul trips.

The move comes after the airport authority reported a "significant improvement" in security screening queue times.

Passengers with check-in bags should allow additional time of up to an hour, according to the DAA, which operates the airport.

People using the airport have been hit with delays in recent months, with queues stretching outside the terminal doors on some days.

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