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Airport authority in Aer Lingus site talks

The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is in talks to take back some of the 13.5-acre Aer Lingus headquarters site at Dublin Airport. Aer Lingus leases the site on a 99-year lease from the DAA which dates from the 1960s.

19th January, 2008

The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is in talks to take back some of the 13.5-acre Aer Lingus headquarters site at Dublin Airport. Aer Lingus leases the site on a 99-year lease from the DAA which dates from the 1960s.

The DAA plans to use some of the site for roads to service its second terminal and also to provide car parking facilities for those who will use the new terminal, known asT2.

The airline had...

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