Questions raised about unvetted airport workers with airside access

Airport authorities insist that the practice is standard procedure

29th January, 2017
Dublin airport has been in the news this week Pic: RollingNews.ie

Hundreds of workers who have no Garda vetting are granted access to airside areas of Dublin Airport each week.

Construction personnel and subcontractors, as well as delivery people and a range of others, are granted so-called “daily access passes” at a number of security checkpoints around the airport campus without having to undergo the rigid vetting process undergone by permanent airport staff.

Airport authorities insist that the practice is standard procedure and does...

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