One man dead and seven people injured after two bombs explode at Dublin Airport .

There were two explosions at Dublin Airport. The first device which went off at 1.20pm. The bomb which had been planted in the toilet in the arrivals building killed John Hayes, a thirty eight year old Aer Lingus worker and father of three children from Balbriggan. 

The second bomb which had been detected by the Army Bomb Disposal Unit went off at 2.10pm on the mezzanine floor, in toilets adjacent to a restaurant. All passengers and staff in the arrivals terminal had at this stage been evacuated and all incoming flights were diverted to Shannon Airport.  

In this footage filmed for RTÉ News, Gardaí including Garda Commissioner Edmund Garvey arrive at Dublin Airport and begin security checks outside the Arrivals terminal. Colleagues from the Army Bomb Disposal Unit lay fuse wire outside the building. 

An RTÉ News report broadcast on 29 November 1975. The footage shown here is mute.