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Welcome home: Families reunite for Christmas at Dublin Airport

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IT’S THAT TIME of year: when families are reunited, loved ones meet again, and new babies get cuddled by their grandparents for the first time.

Christmas is about everyone getting together, and sometimes that involves trips across the world.

Dublin Airport has been buzzing with hugs, kisses and tears as people arrive after long journeys to spend the festive season with their loved ones.

Here are photos snapped at the airport today. No, you’re crying.

22/12/2016 People coming home for Christmas at Dub The arrivals hall

22/12/2016 People coming home for Christmas at Dub Caroline McGee (left) and Eamonn McGee (right) greet Harry Cheadley and Naoise McGee arriving from New York Source: RollingNews.ie

22/12/2016 People coming home for Christmas at Dub Kerry Smith (left) and her mother Monica Bellmann (right) as they greet her Grandmother Rosmarie Bellman arriving from Switzerland

22/12/2016 People coming home for Christmas at Dub Anne Bourke, there to greet her sister Mairead Bourke who arrived from Australia today.

22/12/2016 People coming home for Christmas at Dub Neil Hanratty greets his girlfriend Anita O'Brien as she arrives from New York

22/12/2016 People coming home for Christmas at Dub Iris Brennan (left) and Kirstin O'Reilly (middle) as they greet Sandra O'Reilly (right) and her 6-month-old baby Ollie Polo after they arrived from Australia

22/12/2016 People coming home for Christmas at Dub

22/12/2016 People coming home for Christmas at Dub

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