For many Irish people, an early morning flight means an obligatory pint of Guinness (and probably an Insta snap of said pint).
Sadly, such indulgence could soon be a thing of the past, as new legislation is threatening to ban drinking in airports before 10am.
The Home Office in the UK is trying to close a loophole that lets airport pubs and bars operate outside licensing laws.
They say a "small minority of people" should not be allowed to disrupt flights by drinking.
Last year, Ryanair backed a two-drink limit and a complete ban on alcohol at airports before 10am, so change could be on the horizon for Irish airports as well.