Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary believes DAA will buy Dublin airport lands
The sale of 260-acre site has become an increasingly public sage
Michael O’Leary has said the DAA should buy the 60-acre plot of land between the runways at Dublin Airport but that it is not worth the €200 million the buyers are asking.
The DAA has bid in the region of €75 million for the plot which has been called “derisory” by Ulick McEvaddy, the aviation tycoon.
The Ryanair Group chief executive said that his company was not interested in the parcel of land and reversed ...