Ryanair has called for the army to be brought in to deal with long queues at Dublin Airport.
Michael O’Leary says last weekend’s chaotic scenes can’t be allowed to continue.
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He says 200 members of the army need to be drafted in while security staff are hired and trained over the next six to eight weeks;
"Who would be able to help in the patting down at security screening.
"That would free up the people who do the patting down to open up more security screens because they could do the checking of computers."
Dublin airport have been giving advice to arrive at least 3 and a half hours before their flight as the airport deals with major staff shortages.
Management at the Airport and the Minister of State for Transport are meeting today, while Ryanair's called for an emergency meeting involving all stakeholders.