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Cork authority threatened to quit over airport debt

The board of Cork Airport Authority considered resigning en masse last week over a row about who should foot the bill for the airport’s new €180 million terminal.

21st January, 2006

The board of Cork Airport Authority considered resigning en masse last week over a row about who should foot the bill for the airport’s new €180 million terminal.

The authority’s chairman, Joe Gantly, has clashed with Gary McGann, the chairman of the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), who has insisted that the DAA will not cover the debt.

The Cork Airport board discussed the option of resigning last Monday in response to...

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