Dublin and Cork airports are set to make a big comeback on Monday, July 19th
That’s it: we’re there! Ireland reopens to international travel from today! When a health pass is introduced, the country can welcome travelers from all over the world from Europe… without a mandatory shipping ban! At this point, the airports in Dublin and Cork give their passengers a “green carpet” and expect record numbers!
Travelers can finally visit Ireland!
Local tourism can be resumed on condition that a valid health pass is introduced.
“Welcome back! “. This is the message that has been plastered throughout Irish airports. Message to travelers around the world as restrictions on international travel to Ireland are lifted for unavoidable reasons. As of this morning, the terminals are busy: we can no longer count the thousands of passengers traveling to Ireland, enjoying the outdoors and enjoying Irish compatibility.
Today is a very exciting and promising day as Ireland fully reopens for international travel, ”Irish Airports said in a joint statement. We look forward to the resumption of international travel, as well as the return of customers on the doorsteps of our terminals for leisure and business travel.
So the opportunity for Ireland to resume tourism was stopped for a year and a half … and allowed Ireland lovers to set out again on new explorations and discoveries.
So the good news: Irish airports have a special vibe between customers and the staff who work there. A holiday atmosphere in which barrier gestures remain at the front.
A little reminder, if you want to travel too, know that you will be asked to present a health pass to avoid a mandatory shipping ban.
This passport, which can be presented in paper or digital format, will attest to one of the following circumstances:
- Traveler receives anti-covid-19 vaccine
- Otherwise, the passenger underwent a negative PRC check within 72 hours.
- Otherwise, the passenger was infected with Kovid-19 9 months ago (which allows it to be considered immunized).
Passengers can check the country’s special entry requirements on the Irish government websites www.gov.ie and www.DFA.ie before planning their trip to www.DublinAirport.com and www.CorkAirport. And com.
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