"We need to woo airlines back into Ireland" - DAA's Dalton Philips on aviation after Covid


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In a post-pandemic world and with climate on the agenda, will Dublin Airport ever again reach the heights of the 33 million passengers that passed through it back in 2019? Dublin Airport Authority CEO Dalton Philips returns to the podcast to tell Ciaran how the industry is faring as passenger volumes begin to increase after a disruptive 18 months. Dalton says he is confident in the recovery of passenger numbers, but warns of the impact of changing travel patterns and calls for ministers and state agencies to push for the return of global airlines to Ireland. Produced in association with EY.


Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock

A weekly look at business and economics from an Irish perspective hosted by Irish Times Business Editor Ciarán Hancock. Produced in association with EY.

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