Rising passenger numbers and an increase in commercial income, with its overseas retail business performing particularly well, ensured that airport operator, daa, made an after tax profit of €40 million in 2014 – 41% up on the previous year.
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a €14 million design and build contract to extend the existing multi-storey car park serving Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport.
A tapestry in honour of the late Irish poet, playwright and Nobel Prize winner for literature, Seamus Heaney, is the latest new addition to the artwork at Dublin Airport.
Cork Airport claims that the driving force behind its recently completed €3 million redevelopment programme was the desire to improve “the passenger experience” at the airport.
The newly created international business arm of Irish airport operator DAA is actively looking for investment partners to help it achieve its goal of operating airports in emerging markets such as India and Brazil.