Passenger queues appear to be running well at Dublin Airport again today.
The Dublin Airport Authority says that waiting numbers have stabilised, and the longest queue reported today was 43 minutes in Terminal One.
Over 100,000 people are expected to travel through the airport this bank holiday weekend.
Meanwhile, a Sunday Independent opinion poll out today shows 83 percent of people believe the Authority was responsible for last week’s chaotic scenes at the airport – with more than half believing the outgoing DAA boss should have resigned.
The DAA’s Media Relations Manager Graeme McQueen says the current team is committed to rebuilding trust and confidence in the airport: