Dublin Airport tweaks its new runway plan to ensure lift-off

Heathrow’s proposed third runway faces likely opposition, but you’d have to get up early in the morning to be ahead of DAA

20th December, 2020
Dublin Airport tweaks its new runway plan to ensure lift-off
Dalton Philips Chief Executive of the DAA pictured at the Airport.Photo: Justin Farrelly.

Airport expansions are always a source of some controversy, even if they are among the most important parts of any country’s infrastructure.

The goings on at Heathrow in London – an airport surely familiar to all readers – are fascinating. A British supreme court judgment last week has moved Heathrow much closer to implementing a £14 billion plan to add a third runway, the first new runway to be built in the south-east...

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