The Commission for Aviation Regulation  ruled in October that  the Dublin Airport Authority should cut the levy to an average of €7.87 a passenger over the five years to 2024.  Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Time is running out for anyone seeking to challenge a controversial ruling by regulators to cut Dublin Airport’s passenger charges to €7.87 a head, th(...)

The law governing how Dublin Airport’s charges are set allows the DAA to appeal the Commission for Aviation Regulation’s ruling to a panel appointed by the Minister

Dublin Airport owner DAA is challenging a ruling by regulators to cut passenger charges to €7.87 a head from next year. The Commission for Aviation R(...)

The Commission for Aviation Regulation sets the fees that Dublin Airport charges airlines for the passengers who fly from the facility. Photograph: iStock

Dublin Airport owner DAA could challenge a ruling by regulators to cut passenger charges by up to 18 per cent to an average of €7.87 from next year. (...)

The Commission for Aviation Regulation in May proposed cutting the Dublin Airport’s charges to €7.50 a head for the next five years, from €9.30.

Regulators will rule next week on plans to cut Dublin Airport’s passenger charges in a move likely to anger the gateway’s owner, DAA. The Commissio(...)

The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) survey suggests few passengers believe the airlines will pass on any reduction in charges

The majority of Dublin Airport passengers (60 per cent) are against proposals to cut passenger charges, believing the money should be used instead to (...)

Aer Lingus chief executive Sean Doyle described the airline’s performance as “solid in a challenging market”.

Dublin Airport should get “different people to run the business” if it cannot fund its expansion from reduced passenger charges, according to Willie W(...)

Aer Lingus regarded DAA’s expansion plan as critical to developing Dublin Airport as a hub, the airline’s chief executive, Seán Doyle, said.

Aer Lingus would accept higher passenger charges at Dublin Airport for a period if they were needed to complete the hub’s proposed €1.8 billion expans(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister for Transport Shane Ross perform the official sod-turning for Dublin Airport’s new north runway project in February 2019.  With them is  DAA chief executive Dalton Philips. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

In broad terms Dublin Airport’s two biggest customers, Aer Lingus and Ryanair, support the notion that State-owned DAA will have enough cash to fund d(...)

DAA says Commission for Aviation Regulation  proposals to cut Dublin Airport’s passenger charges to €7.50 a head between 2020 and 2024 would force it to slash spending plans by up to €1 billion. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton

Aer Lingus and Ryanair have backed proposals to cut passenger charges at Dublin Airport in spite of warnings from Dublin Airport Authority that this w(...)

The investment freeze has already hit work on Dublin Airport’s south apron, where DAA is spending €500 million, the lion’s share of it on extra aircraft stands close to terminal two. Photograph: iStock

Dublin Airport is halting work on a €2 billion expansion following regulators’ proposals to cut the gateway’s passenger charges, hitting projects need(...)

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