The busy travel period is well underway at Dublin Airport, with almost half a million people expected to pass through this weekend.
Dublin Airport has seen passenger numbers "return to pre-COVID levels" this summer.
On Sunday, July 30 more than 120,500 passengers travelled through Dublin Airport –the highest number ever recorded in a single day.
More than 100,000 passed through every day last month, according to DAA.
DAA Media Relations Manager Graeme McQueen said the Irish weather is leading to an increase in passenger traffic.
"We're back where we were, people love to travel," he said. "I think the weather is getting people onto flight websites and holiday websites."
"They want to get away from the rain in Ireland."
Passengers are advised to check which terminal their flight is departing from prior to arriving at the airport.
This weekend, travellers can expect to pass through security in under 20 minutes – with 99.6% of passengers achieving this last month.