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do i need a passport to travel to dublin from liverpool airport? ive lost the bloody thing :@ Read More
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banned6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
do i need a passport to travel to dublin from liverpool airport? ive lost the bloody thing :@
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banned6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
yea you do - its only internal uk flights that u dont need a passport for.you can get the boat without a passport tho...
#2
can you contact the airline - we ar ein the Isle of Man and can travel to the UK or Belfast with a driving license - but am pretty sure we need passports to go to Dublin
banned#3
balls, will check when i book the flight, cheers for the replies guys
#4
i'm sure flybe said picture id only for dublin, best to phone the airline
#5
I've flew from Birmingham to Dublin with just a driving licence for ID, I couldn't check in online as I couldn't find my passport. Check with the airline.
#6
I travel to Dublin from Liverpool frequently and yes, you do need a passport. ID cards are not accepted by Ryan Air. You'll see this when you try to check in online.
#7
You don't legally need a passport - just valid photo ID. However, as ppl have said most airlines - like Ryanair - will not take photo drivers licence and as the national ID card never got off the ground ...

They take a lot of European identity cards if you are continental.
banned#8
alternate
You don't legally need a passport - just valid photo ID. However, as ppl have said most airlines - like Ryanair - will not take photo drivers licence and as the national ID card never got off the ground ...

They take a lot of European identity cards if you are continental.

source for this misinformation?

why do people fork out £80+ for a passport to travel abroad when you say legally you dont need one lol
#9
csiman

source for this misinformation?

why do people fork out £80+ for a passport to travel abroad when you say legally you dont need one lol


His information is correct.
Can you can find where it states on any government website that a passport is legally required?
banned#10
thesaint
[quote=csiman]
Community legislation provides that every Union citizen has the right to enter any EU Member State with a valid identity card or passport[1].
http://ec.europa.eu/youreurope/nav/en/citizens/travelling/entry-procedures/for-union-citizens/index_en.html

Also:-

Passport validity

You need a passport or a National Identity Card (see the website of the Identity and Passports Service (IPS)) to enter the Netherlands. All British passport holders require a valid passport to enter the Netherlands.
http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/travel-and-living-abroad/travel-advice-by-country/europe/netherlands?ta=entryRequirements&pg=4

Same rule applies on all EU member states as the UK does not have a recognised identity card system
His information is correct.
Can you can find where it states on any government website that a passport is legally required?
banned#11
yes, having re-read alternates post, he is technically correct but UK citizens do need a passport to travel around the EU. See that mess of a post above (thanks to the new improved quote system)!
banned#12
so i defo do need a passport yeh?
#13
csiman
yes, having re-read alternates post, he is technically correct but UK citizens do need a passport to travel around the EU. See that mess of a post above (thanks to the new improved quote system)!


The OP is talking about Ireland. Ireland and the UK are in a Common Travel Area and you don't need a passport. Some airlines like Ryan Air will only take a passport or National ID card to let you get on the plane but that is company policy not law.

As to the rest of the EU - you need a form of national identity ID. For the UK that is basically a passport as drivers licence isn't classed. You could have a national ID from another european country if you ever lived there though.
#14
usniff
so i defo do need a passport yeh?


Depends on the airline. Ryanair - passport only. Not sure of others.
#15
no you dont!

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