Fire shots down Dublin Airport
This morning at 07:15 (local time) a fire began in a hangar in Dublin Airport. Following to the airports information it was in Hangar 3, a Ryanair.
When the airport and Dublin city fire crews was trying to get the fire under control the flight operations was suspended. Dublin Airport asks on the homepage and Twitter passengers to contact the airlines for information about eventually delays or changes.
Following to Irish Times the last plane landed at 07:26 (AM). It was a ryanair plane from Leeds-Bradford. Last departured plane was also a ryanair plane to Wroclaw in Poland at 07:25 (AM).
Dublin Airport announced at 09:00 o’clock (local time) the plane traffic was up and running again
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) August 26, 2015
Cancels a meeting in Copenhagen
The fire in Dublin Airport forced Ryanair to cancel a press meeting in Copenhagen where CEO Michael O´Leary should have participated.
Dublin Airport Facts:
- Dublin Airport has 21.000,000 passengers in 2014
- 45 airlines operates out of Dublin
- To 151 destinations
- The busiest routes is London Heathrow with 1,651,004 passengers