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Overflights boost profits for air traffic control

The Irish Aviation Authority has reported a 6.3 per cent increase in turnover to €179 million for 2011.

30th April, 2012

The Irish Aviation Authority has reported a 6.3 per cent increase in turnover to €179 million for 2011.

Operating profit increased to €17.9 million up from €14.9 million in 2010, the commercial semi-state company that operates Ireland’s air traffic control service said in a statement. Overflights of Irish airspace by traffic and communications revenue amounted to 74 per cent of turnover, it said

En route overflights, which are flights that are not bound for or do not...

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