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That would be international - AMS and CDG are in the Schengen zone, Ireland isn't.


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It would definitely be arriving into Ireland as an "international" arrival. Same as departing from Ireland to either to AMS or CDG. As such you would need a valid passport for this flight. The only flights to and from Ireland that are classed as domestic are from within Ireland or the UK and you can travel on a EU issued driving licence or national identity ...


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Since AMS (Amsterdam Schiphol) is in the Netherlands and CDG (Paris Charles De Gaulle) is in France, both in the Schengen area, any flight to Ireland, which is not in the Schengen area, will definitely be considered as an international flight. Domestic flights are usually defined as flights within the same country, but flights between two Schengen countries ...



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