Travel to Ireland without a passport

Strange question, but my boyfriend has lost his passport... Can he travel (flying) to Ireland (whether it's North or South) using photo ID? You used to be able to but I'm not sure if the rules have changed now! He has a driving license and warrant card... Would that be enough or have they tightened up on passports? Thanks!

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hows he getting there?

Not flying he can't

darren9030;6560681

Not flying he can't


I think its only Ryanair who request a passport. the others don't.

t0mm;6560686

I think its only Ryanair who request a passport. the others don't.


Easyjet do . Although if he is flying to Ireland chances are it will be with Ryanair

Original Poster

Damn :o( Thanks though!

i went many times without my passport
i flew with aer lingus

can u not call the air port and ask?

Obviously you will always need a passport for southern Ireland or Eire - this is another Europan country - no matter what airline you use - Northern Ireland may be different if you're lucky
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