European ATC Cup to touch down in Dublin next summer

At least 1200 air traffic controllers from all over Europe will touch down in Dublin next summer for a football tournament that Bord Failte estimates could be worth up to €3m to the local economy.

26th November, 2012
Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trappatoni lent his support to the bid.

At least 1200 air traffic controllers from all over Europe will touch down in Dublin next summer for a football tournament that Bord Failte estimates could be worth up to €3 million to the local economy.

The week-long European Air Traffic Control Cup will kick off at the AUL Complex in Clonshaugh, near Dublin Airport, on 18th May and bring at least 50 football teams from air traffic control services in 33 countries across Europe, as...

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