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Regulator to rule on future charges at airport

The plan put forward by the Dublin Airport Authority for building the second terminal is not overly costly in terms of the planned size of the new facility, according to a consultancy study commissioned by the Airports Regulator, which is to be publi

12th May, 2007

The plan put forward by the Dublin Airport Authority for building the second terminal is not overly costly in terms of the planned size of the new facility, according to a consultancy study commissioned by the Airports Regulator, which is to be published shortly.

This means that the key issue for the regulator, Cathal Guiomard, will be to decide whether the planned terminal is the appropriate size, or whether a smaller and cheaper facility could...

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