Monday August 3, 2020

Airport authority moves to safeguard duty-free sales

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has begun talks with transatlantic airlines in a bid to minimise lost duty-free sales following new security measures that prohibit passengers from carrying liquids or gels onto planes.

12th August, 2006

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has begun talks with transatlantic airlines in a bid to minimise lost duty-free sales following new security measures that prohibit passengers from carrying liquids or gels onto planes.

The new rules were introduced by the US authorities following last week’s foiled attempt to smuggle liquid explosives onto transatlantic planes leaving London.

The ban could seriously affect perfume and alcohol sales to transatlantic passengers at Dublin Airport, which make up...

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