Passports, Pilots and Planes: a history of Dublin Airport

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Drumcondra Library; Thursday 6 February at 6.30pm

Ballymun Library; Monday 10 February at 6.30pm 

Cabra Library; Thursday 20 February at 6.30pm 

Raheny Library; Thursday 27 February at 6.30pm

Dublin Airport, or Collinstown Airport as it was originally known, is 80 years old this year but the site has an aviation history stretching as far back as 1917. This talk focuses on how Dublin Airport has developed from one flight a day on grass runways to the European Union's 11th largest airport and Ireland's gateway to the world.  

Admission free.  Please check with the relevant library for booking arrangements. 

Drumcondra Library T. 01 837 7206 E. drumcondralibrary@dublincity.ie   

Ballymun Library T. 01 842 1890 E. ballymunlibrary@dublincity.ie  

Cabra Library T. 01 869 1414 E. cabralibrary@dublincity.ie   

Raheny Library  T. 01 831 5521 E. rahenylibrary@dublincity.ie   

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