Curtailing night flights at Dublin Airport could have big impact on cargo: report
Airport’s new north runway due in 2021 would involve the banning of take-offs and landings between 11pm and 7am
Moves to restrict the number of night-time flights in and out of Dublin Airport could have “significant implications” for both cargo and passenger operations there, a new report has stated.
The airport’s new north runway is due to be completed next year, but its planning conditions are set to ban take-offs and arrivals between 11pm and 7am.
A further condition will restrict the number of night-time movements at the entire airport...
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