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Airlines face upheaval during airport works

A relocation programme for airlines, commercial agencies and thousands of staff will be required as part of a radical plan to demolish at least four major buildings at Dublin Airport, according to a confidential report.

9th July, 2005

A relocation programme for airlines, commercial agencies and thousands of staff will be required as part of a radical plan to demolish at least four major buildings at Dublin Airport, according to a confidential report.

The demolition will create serious disruption for tourists, commercial airlines and other companies for four years if the preferred north apron site gets the go-ahead.

The plan outlined in a document entitled Terminal Options involves demolishing:

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