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O'Leary's sell-off call is grounded

The aviation regulator has dismissed the suggestion by Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary that Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) should sell off its assets to pay for new developments at the airport.

1st October, 2005

The aviation regulator has dismissed the suggestion by Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary that Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) should sell off its assets to pay for new developments at the airport.

“There are some people who say ‘why not sell off Great Southern Hotels, why not sell off the foreign holdings?’ “ said the regulator, Bill Prasifka.

“That's like going into Dunnes Stores and saying if they sell the other shop, they could...

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