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Domestic to International transition in Dublin airport

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I am in the middle of planning a trip to both Ireland and Scotland. A key part of this trip is that we are flying in and out of Dublin (much cheaper than a multi-city trip), so the timing of the round-trip from Dublin to Edinburgh and back is important to saving as much time as possible for the site-seeing. We are flying out of Dublin to return home to the US at 10:45am. The earliest flight I can get into Dublin is a RyanAir flight from Edinburgh at 8am that arrives in Dublin at 9:05am. I'm curious if anyone has done this or understands the Dublin airport enough to answer this question. Question: Is it at all possible to transfer from a domestic RyanAir flight to an international Delta flight in the 1:40 allotted (9:05am to 10:45am)? My gut feeling from many other travels is no way, but I've never done a domestic/international transfer like this between different airlines, and maybe the Dublin airport is special in this way. The obvious alternative is to arrive the day prior and spend an extra night in Dublin (or even reverse the entire trip and start in Scotland), but this is a more complicated option I'd like to avoid if possible. Thanks in advance.

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