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NEWS Tuesday, 02 July 2019 |

BLOG: Chasing the aero dollar in 2019

This article takes a closer look at the top five airport trends in aeronautical charging to grow income and address the capacity crisis.

NEWS Thursday, 09 June 2016 |

ACI Europe sets record straight on airport charges

The ongoing war of words between airline group A4E and ACI Europe about airport charges took another twist today with the airport trade association slamming accusations that the continent’s gateways have increased their fees by 80% over the last decade as false.

ECONOMICS Thursday, 07 April 2016 |

Setting the record straight

Donagh Cagney, ACI Europe’s economics manager, counters the latest airline call for even more regulation of airport charges and renewed accusations that the continent’s gateways are monopolies.

ECONOMICS Sunday, 20 March 2016 |

Rhetoric, reality and reform

Stephen Van Beek, ACI World’s interim head of economics, discusses new aviation legislation on both sides of the Atlantic and the thorny issue of airport charges.

NEWS Wednesday, 08 October 2014 |

DAA "disappointed" with Dublin Airport’s charges for 2015-2019

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) says it is "disappointed" with the Commission for Aviation Regulation’s final determination on Dublin Airport’s charges for 2015-2019, which was published yesterday.

NEWS Tuesday, 20 May 2014 |

ACI Europe calls for regulation to 'evolve' after EC report

European airports trade body ACI Europe says there is a need for regulation to 'evolve to better reflect market reality’.

NEWS Friday, 15 June 2012 |

New UK aviation Bill must protect BAA – House of Lords

Concerns have been raised in the House of Lords that reforms to the way airport charges are levied at Heathrow Airport could put BAA’s ability to secure private funding at risk.

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