Ban on Brazilian driving licences adds to Dublin Airport baggage delays
Brazilian baggage handlers have been told they cannot operate airport work vehicles because their Brazilian driving licences are not valid
A driving ban on Brazilian baggage handlers is contributing to the ongoing problem of delayed baggage at Dublin Airport, it has emerged.
A large number of Brazilian staff are employed by baggage handling companies at the airport, but they have been told by the authorities that they cannot drive work vehicles around the airport because their Brazilian driving licences are not valid in Ireland. This means that there is a much smaller pool of drivers ...