Saturday June 6, 2020

Aer Lingus: no benefit to second runway

The airline told the aviation regulator it fears that passengers will end up paying for the runway

7th May, 2017
Dublin Airport is planning a second runway Pic: RollingNews.ie

Aer Lingus has warned the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) it must improve its existing infrastructure before it increases passenger charges to pay for a new runway.

The airline told the aviation regulator it fears that passengers will end up paying for the runway even if the project does not bring benefits.

The airport authority has already begun major enabling and clearance works on the huge project, including the realignment of a number of roads. But...

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