Flight operations resume after fire at Dublin Airport
A Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015 photo from files shows planes standing on the tarmac at Dublin Airport, Ireland. (AP/Peter Morrison)
The Associated Press
Published Wednesday, August 26, 2015 8:26AM EDT
LONDON -- Flight operations at Dublin Airport resumed Wednesday after a fire in a hangar forced runways to shut down.
The airport says in a statement that knock-on delays are expected throughout the morning after the 90-minute disruption, and that passengers should check with their airlines to determine their flight's status.
The fire was in a restricted area and separate from passenger facilities.
No injuries were reported.