Compromise aviation plan may face further delay

An aviation package that was due to be brought to cabinet on Tuesday is in doubt as talks continue between the government parties over the ownership and operation of the second terminal at Dublin Airport.

30th April, 2005

An aviation package that was due to be brought to cabinet on Tuesday is in doubt as talks continue between the government parties over the ownership and operation of the second terminal at Dublin Airport.

A compromise proposal from Fianna Fáil to address Tánaiste Mary Harney's concerns over competition for the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has been under discussion over the past week and sources said there were still issues outstanding.

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