A number of non-EU carriers are in discussions with the government about operating potentially lucrative transit flights through Dublin Airport, transport minister Paschal Donohoe has confirmed.
The flights would further boost booming Dublin Airport’s passenger numbers but also bring increased competition on transatlantic routes currently dominated by Aer Lingus and a number of US carriers.
“Those discussions are literally ongoing,” said the minister, who launched the country’s first national aviation policy last week....
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