Dalton Philips

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  and Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport Shane Ross perform the official sod-turning for Dublin Airport’s new North Runway project, along with DAA chief executive Dalton Philips. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

“That’s another shovel to add to my collection,” said Leo Varadkar after he’d finished throwing muck at a phalanx of photographers assembled to watch (...)

A Government-commissioned report last year found there was no reason to delay building a third terminal at Dublin airport.

Dublin Airport does not need a third terminal according to Willie Walsh, chief executive of the group that owns Aer Lingus and British Airways. A Go(...)

Dublin Airport  confirmed that it handled a record 31.5 million passengers last year, 6 per cent more than in 2017.

Dublin Airport has begun seeking contractors for about €1 billion worth of work due to be completed in the early years of the next decade. State comp(...)

Dalton Philips, chief executive of DAA

Dublin airport does not need a new terminal, it needs a new runway, according to Dalton Philips, chief executive of the airport’s owner, DAA. While (...)

Manufacturing at the Combilift Forklifts. Ahead of Brexit, Combilift is applying to the Revenue  for authorised economic operator status, which allows for a quicker passage through checkpoints. Photograph: David Sleator

Many Irish businesses were caught in the fallout from Brexit almost as soon as UK voters chose to leave the world’s biggest trading bloc, in June 2016(...)

The new runway will be located almost 1.7km to the north of the existing runway at Dublin airport

Politicians will shortly begin debating proposed noise regulations for Dublin Airport that are needed to allow its new runway to operate fully. State(...)

DAA chief executive Dalton Philips. Photograph: Peter Houlihan/Fennell Photography

State company DAA and Aer Lingus are singing from the same hymn sheet when it comes to what Dublin Airport needs to sustain growth. DAA chief executi(...)

Aer Lingus has announced that it will fly direct to Montreal in Canada and Minneapolis St Paul in Minnesota next year. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Work on Dublin Airport’s €900 million expansion needs to be completed quickly to exploit an opportunity that could create 34,000 jobs and boost the ec(...)

Adverse shock, anybody? Brexit is only one factor that could deliver it, according to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council. Photograph: PA Wire

It is now inevitable that the economy will suffer an “adverse shock” from Brexit, US policies or changes to the international tax environment, the Iri(...)

DAA chief executive Dalton Philips: “We are constrained and we rapidly need this infrastructure and we need it now.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin Airport plans to spend €900 million by 2023 on an expansion that will allow it to handle up to 40 million passengers a year. The spending will (...)

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