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Kevin Cullinane (centre), head of communications at Cork Airport, with   airport Fire & Police colleagues Alan O’Leary and Anthony Healy

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DAA claims Easirent.com is carrying on business activity at the Dublin Airport’s facilities in breach of bye-laws. Photograph: iStock

An online car hire business has failed to get injunctions preventing DAA stopping it collecting its customers from Dublin Airport. The injunctions we(...)

DAA says Easirent is carrying on an unlicensed business activity at the airport’s facilities. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

An online car hire business fears it will go out of business because Dublin Airport operator DAA will not allow it to pick up its customers at the air(...)

The number of passengers who used Dublin as a hub for connecting flights to other destinations rose to 171,000. Photograph: Eric Luke

Passenger traffic through Dublin Airport last month rose 7 per cent to 2.8 million, according to figures released by DAA, the State authority that run(...)

Aer Lingus says an Airbus A320 aircraft was damaged at Dublin Airport on October 16th, 2017, “when an unsecured unit load device container . . . struck one of the engines on the aircraft”.  Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Aer Lingus has gone to court seeking to recover costs incurred in repairing an engine that was damaged during Storm Ophelia in 2017. The airline, ow(...)

Speaking on Clare FM, Minister Michael Creed said the chosen bidder for the national broadband plan is putting less than €200m in equity into the project. Photograph: Tom Honan

The chosen bidder for the national broadband plan is putting less than €200 million in equity into the project, the Sunday Times says, reporting on an(...)

 Dublin Airport. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Air travel watchdog, the Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR), wants Dublin Airport to cut the passenger charges it levies on airlines to €7.50 a (...)

DAA has said it can pay for its investment project without increasing its current charges, but is likely to reject any reduction in its prices. Photograph: iStock

Regulators want Dublin Airport to cut the passenger charges it levies on airlines by up to 20 per cent to €7.50 a head from next year in a proposal th(...)

Dublin Airport’s second terminal: The European Investment Bank previously provided the DAA with €260 million to fund the terminal two project at Dublin.

Airport operator DAA is in talks with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to raise a “couple of hundred million” euro to part-fund its capital expendit(...)

Playas de Papagayo, Lanzarote: The Canary Islands are among the most popular sun destinations at this time of year.

Some 390,000 passengers are expected to travel through Dublin Airport this weekend, up 6 per cent on last Easter, according to airport authority DAA. (...)

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