More chaos looms as Dublin airport does not have enough staff for summer rush, warns Ryanair boss

Ryanair will take its planes elsewhere if DAA increases passenger charges, Eddie Wilson also cautions

Eddie Wilson, chief executive of Ryanair: ‘There is the potential for disruption.’ Picture: Bryan Meade

Dublin Airport will not have sufficient staff in place this summer to prevent a repeat of the travel chaos last year, Ryanair boss Eddie Wilson has warned.

Speaking to the Business Post, Wilson, chief executive of Ryanair DAC, said the DAA does not have the complement of staff needed to ensure it can cope adequately with the millions of passengers due to pass through the airport.

“We’d be worried that they don’t have everyone yet ...