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    Ryanair - Traveling to Belfast, Ireland without passport?
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    • 28th Dec 08, 5:34 AM
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    Ryanair - Traveling to Belfast, Ireland without passport? 28th Dec 08 at 5:34 AM
    Hello all,

    I was lucky to get a few flights for 1p each way to Belfast, Ireland.

    One of my friends has an expired passport and is unsure if he can travel to Belfast with just his driving license as proof as ID?

    In order to get the 1p flights we selected "Online check in" which suggested you must have a valid passport to use this option.

    I have looked into this and am not sure if this is right - my understanding is that my friend can travel to Belfast although he will have to use the airport check in and present his current UK driving license there? - he will be unable to use online check as this option requres him to have a passport?

    He will also need to pay to use the aiport check in which will result in an additional 10 each way?
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