OTHER RECENT NEWS
- ICTS UK & Ireland’s Aviation Security Training Provision classed as Outstanding
- ICTS Sentinel Kiosk is trialled at London Heathrow Airport to support Covid-19 measures
- ICTS UK & Ireland receives Silver Award at the 2020 regional Defence Employer Recognition Scheme Awards
- Emirates returns to Glasgow Airport
- International Security Officers’ Day
- American Airlines is the second US carrier to return to Dublin
- National Association of Security Dog Users
- Air Canada is the first overseas airline to offer a transatlantic passenger service from Dublin Airport since the start of the pandemic
United Airline’s passenger flights resume at Dublin Airport
On 7 July 2020 United Airlines’ first passenger flight took off again from Dublin Airport bound for Newark. This was the first United passenger flight since the beginning of lockdown, on 25 March 2020.
ICTS UK & Ireland is responsible for the provision of security services for United Airlines’ four weekly flights from Dublin to New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport. This includes passenger screening and US Preclearance, baggage protection and aircraft guarding duties for United Airlines.
Graham Clare, ICTS Station Manager at Dublin Airport, says, “We are delighted to see passengers flying again and are excited to see our airline clients slowly resuming business. The last United cargo flight left Dublin on 5 July 2020 – ICTS has been pleased to support the airline’s ad hoc cargo routes during the last few months. We are delighted to be welcoming passengers back at Dublin, whilst ensuring the highest level of safety at the Airport.”