DAA to go ahead with €45m upgrading project
Most of the money will be spent on bringing the hold baggage explosive detection systems at the airport up to EU standards
The owner of Dublin Airport is to push ahead with a multimillion-euro investment programme despite the "devastating” impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on its business.
DAA, which runs both Dublin and Cork Airports, is to spend close to €45 million over the next two years upgrading its baggage-screening technology and upgrading a taxiway at Dublin Airport.
A total of €39.72 million is required to bring its hold baggage explosive detection systems (EDS) at Terminal...
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