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Flying Aer Lingus from Boston to Manchester UK with a stop over Help

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I am flying Aer Lingus from Boston to Manchester UK. I have a stop over in Dublin. Do I need to collect my bags, go thru customs, re-check baggagae, re go thru security? That is the process when you land in the united states. Dont know if it is the same there. On the way home I am flying Manchester to Boston with a lay over in Shannon. Do I have the same routine there?

When I flew international in the past, we did not have to get baggage at the connecting flight in France (cant remember as a child what my parents had to do for us) but we did have to go thru security again. This is my first time flying international by my self so I am a bit nervous. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

And my tickets were booked all together as one round trip.

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