Thursday August 13, 2020

McEvaddy lodges complaint over runways

Omega Air chief executive Ulick McEvaddy formally complained to the Competition Authority last week about the state's refusal to open Dublin Airport's runways to the private sector.

27th August, 2005

Omega Air chief executive Ulick McEvaddy formally complained to the Competition Authority last week about the state's refusal to open Dublin Airport's runways to the private sector.

McEvaddy, who wants to build a private terminal at Dublin Airport, claims that the runways constitute vital infrastructure and should be opened up to competition.

“If the Competition Authority don't take this up, we will go to the High Court,” he said. “We are challenging the monopoly of...

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