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Irish Government - Air Travel Tax

Irish Tax and Customs - Excise duty on departures of passengers on flights from Irish airports

 

Section 55 of the Irish Government’s Finance (No. 2) Act 2008 (No. 25 of 2008) provides for an excise duty, called air travel tax (ATT), on departures of passengers on flights from Irish airports.

Attached is a useful link on the ATT for airline operators, ground handling suppliers and airport authorities, and for passengers who depart on flights from Irish airports. For any new airlines starting at Irish airports the form on the attached link needs to be filled in and sent back to the postal address shown on the link:

http://www.revenue.ie/en/tax/excise/leaflets/air-travel-tax.html#section30

Stand Allocation Rules & Priorities Document

Please find below a document that details the rules and priorities which are used in most cases for allocating aircraft stands at Dublin Airport:

Stand Allocation Rules

Important Note
Please be advised that this document is intended as a guide only and does not represent the definitive position on stand allocation, which will always be subject to operational requirements on any given day and will be at the discretion of DAA.

Aircraft Stand Definition Table

Please find below a document that identifies stand types currently in operation at Dublin Airport

 

Aircraft Stand Definition Table June 2014 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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