Old Jul 9, 19, 9:48 am
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Originally Posted by lhrsfo View Post
True but Ireland is part of a Common Travel Area with the UK and hence flights from Eire arrive as domestic - no need for passports etc. If the connection were to France, for example, then it would be I/I, whereas this is treated as I/D.

Having said that I'm not familiar with the baggage arrangements so can't help the OP on his/her question.
Hm.. I guess I hadn't realized that applied to air travel beyond Northern Ireland as well, although I guess that makes sense. So flying FRA-DUB-EDI for example, you would never have your passport checked?
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