DAA: increasing Dublin Airport’s traffic by 2.5m people flies in the face of logic

A decision to increase the forecasted number of passengers flying to and from Dublin Airport by more than 2.5 million over the next five years has been criticised as overly optimistic by the airport’s owner

27th October, 2019

A decision to increase the forecasted number of passengers flying to and from Dublin Airport by more than 2.5 million over the next five years has been criticised as overly optimistic by the airport’s owner.

The Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) drew heavy criticism last week from the DAA, which owns Dublin Airport, after it decided to cut passenger charges by up to 18 per cent to an average of €7.87 from 2020 onwards.

CAR had...

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