Flights suspended after Dublin Airport fire


Flights have been suspended after a fire in a hangar at Dublin Airport.

Services in and out of the airport were suspended after the incident, with officials urging passengers to contact their airline for the most up-to-date information.

Airport fire crews were tasked to the hangar after the fire was reported at around 7am.

The Dublin Airport Authority said its own crews were first on scene with other units from Dublin dispatched.

"The fire is in a hangar in a restricted area of the airport, which is separate from the passenger facilities," the airport said.

The last plane to land at the airport was a Ryanair flight from Leeds Bradford Airport at 7.26am while the last departure before the airport closed was also a Ryanair service to Wroclaw at 7.25am.