Dublin Airport to try out city drop-off luggage points
Bags would be checked in, delivered to the airport, and picked up at the passenger‘s destination in an operation that could put an end to long queues
Carrying heavy luggage to the airport and waiting in line for check-in could soon be a thing of the past for passengers at Dublin Airport thanks to an new initiative it intends to trial in the new year.
The country’s largest airport is looking for a partner to roll out a service which would allow customers to drop their check-in bags at locations around the city before travelling for their flight.
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