Words: Eva O’Beirne
According to the analysis of passenger reviews and tweets, Dublin Airport is now the second most stressful airport in Europe. Dublin was beaten only by London’s Heathrow Airport.
The Digital PR Hub at Legacy Communications analysed over 10,000 Flight Radar passenger reviews, 2,500 top tweets and hours of delayed or cancelled flight data to gauge which airports are likely to provide the most stressful experience.
In third place was Manchester Airport, whose managing director recently resigned following weeks of travel chaos and lengthy queues similar to those seen at Dublin.
@districtireland Absolute madness at 4am #irish #dublin #news #ireland #airport #culture ♬ Godforsaken place – Skelly
Dublin ranked number two in negative sentiment social media analysis, and number seven in the most delayed airport list.
Over 500,000 people are set to travel in and out of Dublin Airport over the coming days over the Easter break. In response to the increased demand, Dublin Airport is in the process of hiring 300 extra security staff.
Airport operator daa on Tuesday said that passengers should arrive at Dublin Airport up to three and a half hours before their flight.
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