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Dublin Airport passenger numbers rise by 13% to 13 million in first half

The airport expects 2016 to surpass last year

18th July, 2016
Dublin Airport

Passenger numbers at Dublin Airport rose by more than 1.5 million, or 13 per cent, to just over 13 million in the first half of the year, boosted by the addition of 15 new services to its route network, airport manager DAA said.

DAA said UK passenger traffic was up 13 per cent to almost 4.8 million passengers while the number of people travelling to and from continental Europe also grew by 13 per cent to more than 6.6 million.

Transatlantic traffic increased...

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