Thursday September 24, 2020

Airport staff demand €100m from GSH sale

Staff at Dublin Airport are demanding that €100 million of the €265 million raised from the sale of the Great Southern Hotels be used to cover a deficit in their pension fund.

2nd September, 2006

Staff at Dublin Airport are demanding that €100 million of the €265 million raised from the sale of the Great Southern Hotels be used to cover a deficit in their pension fund.

The latest claim represents a new financial headache for the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), the owner of the hotel chain, which will face obstacles to financing its €609 million second terminal and new pier project if the aviation regulator refuses to increase landing...

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