The Dublin Airport Authority said on March 20 that it “is subject to regular, independent, national and international oversight of our compliance with stringent security requirements” and is “fully engaged continuously to ensure that the appropriate safety and security standards are always in place”. The statement came after the Irish Independent newspaper reported that a protected disclosure from an airport “whistle-blower”, alleging that security at the airport was “not fit for purpose”, was handed to Irish transport minister Eamon Ryan in 2022. The airport said it “never comments on matters of a security nature for obvious reasons given that aviation

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