Monday August 10, 2020

UPDATE: Flights resume after fire contained at Dublin Airport

Flights have resumed after a fire broke out on the roof of a hangar building at Dublin Airport this morning

26th August, 2015
There were no reports of injuries

Flights have resumed after a fire broke out on the roof of a hangar building at Dublin Airport this morning.

The alarm was raised at about 7:15 am.

All incoming and outgoing flights were temporarily suspended. The hangar is in a restricted area and completely separate from passenger facilities, Dublin Airport said on Twitter.

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