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Should smack your legs for only asking this now!

There is a connections route but DUB is pretty clear it’s not for passengers who are self connecting on separate tickets and they may not regard a back to back as a connection.

Otherwise yes you’ll clear passport control – there are e-gates. Then follow the signs through baggage reclaim area then up one level to departures.

Assuming you have your BP already you can skip the BA desks and head to the security lane. Lots of staff to direct you to the correct lanes for normal and priority lanes. They were pretty efficient when I went through in the summer

Once through security you’re in main departures.

If you have access to the DAA lounge it’s up one level with access sort of between the exits of priority and normal security.

If not then browse the duty free shops (they have a good selection of Irish gins) or grab a coffee etc

There can be some long walks at DUB to some of the gate areas so take that into account.

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