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Smoking in the UK and Irelands Airports

England - Ireland - Northern Ireland - Scotland - Wales

English Airports

Alderney Airport (Guernsey) (ACI)  Bournemouth Airport (BOH)  Birmingham Airport (BHX) 

Bristol (BRS)  Cardiff Airport (CWL)   Doncaster Sheffield Robin Hood Airport (DSA) 

East Midlands Airport (EMA)  Guernsey Airport (ACI)   Leeds-Bradford Airport (LBA)

Liverpool's John Lennon Airport (LPL)   London Biggin Hill Airport (BQH)  London City Airport (LCY)  

London Gatwick Airport (LGW)   London Heathrow Airport (LHR)   London Luton Airport (LTN)  

London Southend Airport (SEN)   London Stansted Airport (STN)   Manchester Airport (MAN)  

Newcastle Upon Tyne Airport (NCL)  Southampton Airport (SOU)

Northern Ireland (UK)

Belfast International Airport (BFS)  Belfast City Airport (BHD)  City of Derry Airport (LDY)

Scottish Airports

Aberdeen Airport (ABZ)  Edinburgh Airport (EDI)   Glasgow International Airport (GLA)  

Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK)  Hial Inverness Airport (INV)

Southern Ireland (Eire)

Cork Airport (ORK)  Dublin Airport (DUB)   Donegal Airport (CFN)   Shannon Airport (SNN)

UK Smoking Law

On July 1st 2007, the smoke free law was introduced. It is now against the law to smoke in virtually all 'enclosed' and 'substantially enclosed' public places and workplaces.

No-smoking signs must be displayed in all smoke free premises and vehicles.

Staff smoking rooms and indoor smoking areas are no longer allowed, so anyone who wants to smoke has to go outside.

Irelands Smoking Law

On 26 January 2004,  the smoke free law was introduced. It is now against the law to smoke in virtually all 'enclosed' public places and workplaces.

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