With a little delay, Ireland joined the European Health Certificate to travel independently. After a 16-month ban on non-essential foreign travel, the Irish were able to take vacations elsewhere or return home without neglecting themselves.
With our correspondent in Dublin, Emeline wine
Dublin Airport is back to life. With a European certificate in hand, Patricia and her three children exploit: D-Day for the holidays in Crete. “ We need some sun, right kids? We had taken a flight last Friday, but we were late to make sure we didn’t have to stay on the ship for two weeks at a hotel. »
The arrival hall is also buzzing with excitement. Donica arrives from Chicago: “ This is the first time I ‘ve been home for two years, they say. I can not wait to see my family. I had to change my flight to arrive on the 19th, and make sure I could return without any problems. »
Not before the Pandemic
Arrival and departure: The airport must register 50% more frequently this week than in previous weeks. But Martin Jackson, a taxi driver for 40 years, said we are still a long way from the pre-Pandemic summer.
« I had to wait two and a half hours before my first run this morning. Until now, it was at least three and a half hours, but we only waited an hour before the epidemic. So it has not been fully recovered yet, but it will come. It is essential for the ! »
The driver is, after all, waiting for taxis to resume very lucrative business trips. You can spend a vacation in the sun.
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