Thursday June 4, 2020

Bottlenecks in Dublin Airport threat to Aer Lingus expansion plan

Willie Walsh, head of Aer Lingus’s parent company IAG, made the stark warning about the Irish airline’s expansion plans at a private Fine Gael fundraiser in Dublin last week

8th October, 2017
Airline boss Willie Walsh Pic: RollingNews.ie

Airline boss Willie Walsh has warned that Aer Lingus will look to expand elsewhere if Dublin Airport does not address serious bottlenecks at the airport.

Walsh is the head of Aer Lingus’s parent company International Airlines Group (IAG) and made the stark warning about the Irish airline’s expansion plans at a private Fine Gael fundraiser in Dublin last week.

“The truth of the matter is that if we can’t put these...

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