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Can I travel to northern Ireland on a photo driving licence

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If you are traveling from the Republic of Ireland, then technically yes you can, however I would contact the airline to ask their requirements, as the airline may have their own requirements and require a passport.

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Thanks for advice

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Assuming you are traveling from Great Britain to Northern Ireland (ie within the UK) you do not need your passport for immigration purposes as flights are domestic. But you may need to carry photo ID in order to board the aircraft, and some airlines require that be a passport. So contact your airline to find out their rules.

If traveling between the UK and the Republic of Ireland, see this link (and also check with your airline regarding their ID requirement) - citizensinformation.ie/en/moving_country/mov…

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