‘We don’t make crazy bids’: Jacobs says DAA made ‘sensible’ offer for Dublin Airport lands

DAA chief says airport operator is still interested in buying the land

Kenny Jacobs, DAA chief executive: “We don’t make crazy bids, and we are not going to make a crazy bid.” Picture: Conor McCabe Photography

The DAA has made a “sensible bid” based on a professional valuation for the 260 acres of lands situated between the runways at Dublin Airport that were recently put up for sale, Kenny Jacobs, head of the airport authority told reporters on Tuesday.

The Business Post last weekend reported that the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is “not the highest bidder” for the 260 acres of lands, which could be worth as much as €210 million ...