Dublin Airport is preparing for a record number of passengers during the upcoming October Bank Holiday weekend.
It says 388,000 passengers are expected to travel through the airport between Friday and Monday.
Passenger numbers are up 2% over the same weekend last year.
Friday is expected to be the busiest day of the weekend, with more than 105,000 passengers travelling through the airport.
Passengers planning to travel on Sunday morning are reminded that the clocks go back one hour on Saturday night.
Almost 25.5 million passengers have travelled through Dublin Airport in the first nine months of the year - a 5% increase when compared to the same period last year.
The airport handled an extra 1.3 million passengers in the first nine months of the year.
Dublin Airport spokesperson Siobhán O'Donnell says: "More than 2,550 flights are due to arrive and depart at Dublin Airport this weekend.
"We're expecting an average of 97,000 passengers to arrive and depart each day over the course of the October Bank Holiday weekend."
Dublin Airport has the following advice for passengers:
- Passengers are advised to check which terminal their flight is departing from before leaving home
- Passengers should plan to arrive in the terminal building at least 90 minutes before their flight departure time to short-haul destinations and 2.5-3 hours in advance for long-haul flights
- EU security regulations state that liquids over 100mls cannot be brought through the security screening area
- Liquids under 100mls are permitted and should be placed in a transparent, re-sealable bag measuring not more than 20cm x 20cm
- Those travelling with children should use the family lanes provided at the security screening area
- If a member of a travelling group has autism, Dublin Airport has a useful guide to help prepare them for their journey through the airport