Dublin Airport's new North Runway will become a step closer to reality in the next 10 days with the pouring of the first concrete paving on its 3.1 kilometre long site.
Profits at Ireland's daa Group increased by 6% to a record €133 million in 2018 as the company, which has operations in 13 countries, benefitted from higher passenger numbers and increased commercial income.
Dublin Airport today welcomed the launch of Hainan Airlines’ new year-round direct service to Shenzhen.
Ireland's Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, and Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, today joined daa chief executive, Dalton Philips, to perform the official sod-turning for Dublin Airport’s new North Runway project.
Dublin Airport has launched a new initiative with the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) in a bid to reduce delays and improve traffic flows.
Irish airport operator, daa, its big hearted staff and members of the public helped raise a total of €315,000 for the company’s charity partners last year.
Dublin Airport's new North Runway, described by daa's chief executive Dalton Philips as "the most important thing Ireland will build in a generation", is to be built by Irish-Spanish consortium, Roadbridge FCC.
A not insignificant 4,000 customers of Dublin Airport’s long-term car parks forgot where they had parked their car last year and needed help to find their vehicle.