Travel between Ireland and the UK or UK Domestic travel
Citizens of Ireland and the UK must carry some form of official photo identification.
Note: In order to travel between Ireland and the UK photo identification other than a passport, passengers must have been born in Ireland or the UK and also be a citizen of either country. Aer Lingus reserves the right to require proof of citizenship.
The following forms of photo ID are acceptable:
- Valid Passport
- Valid Driving License with photo
- Valid National ID with photo / Goverment issued photo ID card
- Health Insurance cards with photo /Social Security cards with photo
- Valid International Student Identity Card with photo
- Valid Bus pass with photo
- Valid Work ID with photo
Citizens of Ireland and the UK under the age of 16 do not need a photo ID if travelling with their parent/guardian but Aer Lingus Regional recommend that they carry some form of identification (e.g. birth certificate , bus pass or student card) in case this is requested by the immigration authorities at entry.
Citizens of countries other than Ireland and the UK must produce a valid passport and visa where applicable, for travel between Ireland and the United Kingdom.