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DAA hits back at Ryanair after airline cuts Dublin Airport schedule

Agency tells airline executives to ‘redo their sums’ after claims that passenger charges at Dublin Airport will rise by 45%

Kenny Jacobs, DAA chief executive: ‘Surprised and disappointed’ by Ryanair’s move to cut its winter schedule from Dublin Airport

DAA has hit back at Ryanair for its decision to cut its winter schedule at Dublin Airport, accusing the airline of “back of the scratch card mathematics” after the carrier claimed that passenger charges are being increased by 45 per cent.

The Dublin Airport operator rejected several claims made by Ryanair about its passenger charges, infrastructure plans and environmental incentives, and urged its executives to “redo their sums” over how much it costs to operate ...