Dublin Airport Has Issued Warning To Travellers Carrying Christmas Presents 4 years ago

Dublin Airport Has Issued Warning To Travellers Carrying Christmas Presents

If you have more pressies in your case than Santa has in his sack, this information will come in handy.

The homecomings have well and truly begun, with Dublin airport pulsing with Christmas cheer and excitement.

But we have a feeling that having airport security pull apart your perfectly wrapped presents doesn't lend itself to Christmas spirit.

Dublin Airport was warned its customers not to wrap their presents if they are carrying them in hand luggage to avoid disappointment when they are asked to open them.

According to The Independent, Dublin Airport spokesperson Siobhán O’Donnell said: "We would ask them not to wrap these gifts as they may be disappointed if they are requested to open them at the passenger security screening area.”

“We would also like to remind passengers that the EU liquid restriction regulation is still in place.

"Passengers should pack gifts in bottles or containers measuring more than 100ml into their checked in luggage."

For more information and a full list of prohibited items, check out dublinairport.com