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There has been chaos at Dublin Airport in recent days with long queues causing about 1,400 passengers to miss their flights last Sunday.

It prompted the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) to introduce measures ahead of the busy June bank holiday.

The DAA said it was increasing staff and adding more security lanes, in a bid to improve queue management.

When speaking to the committee on Wednesday, DAA's chief executive, Dalton Phillips, conceded that the company had cut its security staff "too deeply" during the pandemic, at a time when it was losing €1m (£852,000) a day at one stage.

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