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(Updated: 10th June 2020)

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade advises against all non-essential travel overseas at least until further notice. This includes Great Britain but does not apply to Northern Ireland. For further information click here.

The safety of all our customers and staff is paramount. We are monitoring the situation closely and continuing to follow public health advice from the HSE.  The airport terminal building is currently only accessible to passengers who hold a valid reservation for travel.  All passengers travelling are requested to wear a face mask upon entry into the terminal building.
The HPSC, which is part of the Health Service Executive (HSE), sets the public health guidelines on how to deal with contagious diseases.  We are continuing to follow all of the HPSC’s guidelines and have been liaising closely with them since the outbreak of the virus.

If you are travelling into Ireland via Donegal Airport from any other country you are required to self-isolate for 14 days.

This includes Irish citizens coming home.

Self-isolation means staying indoors and completely avoiding contact with other people. Read about how to self-isolate.

You will be asked to fill in a form before you arrive in Ireland called the Public Health Passenger Locator Form.

Download the Public Health Passenger Locator Form (PDF, 700KB, 2 pages).

You may be contacted during the 14 days after you arrive in Ireland to check that you are self-isolating.

You do not need to self-isolate if you: return to the Republic of Ireland from Northern Ireland are an essential supply chain worker, for example, a pilot, haulier, maritime staff member are briefly stopping over at an airport on your way to another country
As services are subject to change during the current situation, we would advise that you always check the latest flight information directly with your airline.

Please be mindful of each other and practice the recommended guidelines for preventing the spread of infection.

The corona virus is a flu-like virus and the best way to prevent its spread, is to observe good hand and respiratory hygiene habits.

- When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose.
- Sneeze or cough into a tissue or your elbow.
- Discard the tissue immediately and then wash your hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub.

When travelling through Donegal Airport, you will find hand washing facilities in the main concourse, as well as in the arrivals hall and departure lounge.

We also provide hand sanitizer throughout the airport at frontline locations including the airport info desk, check-in desks, car-hire desks and passenger screening.
There is more information from the HSE on COVID-19

We will continue to keep you updated. Thank you and stay safe. 


Dublin Air Service

(Updated: 1st April 2020)

Following discussions with the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport and the operating airline Stobart Air under the Aer Lingus Regional brand it was agreed to reduce the current schedule to a one rotation per day service until the 30 th April with a review thereafter. A spokesperson at the airport confirmed that ‘while the health and wellbeing of our staff, their families and our passengers in this critical pandemic is paramount and we can operate under the HSE guidelines we agreed to continue to enable the provision of this essential service at a reduced level in the short term. The passengers travelling are on essential travel for health reasons and returning home from various locations around the world’ The flights will now operate from Dublin daily at 1535 arriving in Donegal at 1635 and returning from Donegal at 1700 arriving in Dublin at 1755.

The route is operated under the government’s PSO service, however by operating this reduced service Donegal airport will incur a significant loss of revenue over the period and has reduced operational hours with core staff. All other ancillary service are closed and where possible staff are working remotely.

While an extension to the period may be necessary management are hopeful of a return to the full schedule sooner rather than later as the country begins to return to normal.

Contact: Eilis Docherty, Operations Manager Donegal Airport 074 9548284


Aerfort Dhún na nGall ag leanstan dá seirbhísí aeir go Baile Átha Cliath

De thairbhe cainteanna leis an Roinn Iompair, Turasóireachta & Spóirt agus leis an aerlíne gníomhach Stobart Air faoi bhranda réigiúnach Aer Lingus, aontaíodh go ndéanfaí ciorrú ar an sceideal reatha go dtí eitilt amháin ann agus as in aghaidh an lae go dtí an 30 Aibreán. Aontaíodh fosta go ndéanfaí athbhreithniú ar an tseirbhís ina dhiaidh sin. Thug urlabhraí de chuid an aerfoirt le fios “gur aontaíomar go leanfaí leis an tseirbhís riachtanach aeir ar sceideal níos lú go gearrthéarmach, ag cur san áireamh go bhfuil sláinte agus sábháilteacht ár gcuid foirne, a gclann agus ár bpaisinéirí ar an ní is tábhachtaí dúinn le linn na géarchéime leighis seo agus go bhféadfaí an tseirbhís a sholáthar de réir na dtreoirlínte ó Fheidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte. Tá na paisinéirí atá ag úsáid na seirbhíse á dhéanamh sin ar mhaithe le cúrsaí sláinte agus ag filleadh ó achan chearn ar fud an domhain.”

Fágfaidh na heitiltí Baile Átha Cliath go laethúil ag 1535, ag baint Dún na nGall amach ag 1635 agus ag filleadh ó Dhún na nGall ag 1700, ag baint Baile Átha Cliath amach ag 1755. Tá an tseirbhís seo ar fáil de réir an chonartha OSP de chuid an rialtais. De dheasca go mbeidh aerfort Dhún na nGall ag cur seirbhíse níos lú ar fáil le linn na tréimhse seo, beidh titim shuntasach ar theacht isteach an aerfoirt agus tá uaireanta oibre ciorraithe ag mórchuid na n-oibrithe. Tá na seirbhísí cuidithe eile ar ceal agus an fhoireann ag obair go seachtrach, nuair is féidir.

Cé go bhféadfaí fad a chur leis an tréimhse, tá an bhainistíocht dóchasach go mbeidh an tseirbhís iomlán ar fáil arís go luath, de réir mar a thiocfaidh feabhas ar chúrsaí sa tír ar fad.

Críoch Teagmháil: Eilis Docherty, Bainisteoir Oibríochtaí Aerfort Dhún na nGall

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