April 16 2007
The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) calls on Ryanair to
cease using inaccurate and misleading information about its plans to build a
second terminal (T2) and other facilities
at Dublin Airport.
The DAA questions why Ryanair is using inaccurate information to try to
prevent or delay the delivery of urgently-required new infrastructure at Dublin
Airport that will provide more space, comfort and choice to all passengers.
Passengers and not airlines ultimately pay for this infrastructure through a
small proportion of their airline fares.
The DAA has planning permission to build T2 and subject to a positive and
timely outcome to the current planning appeals process, will begin to build the
new terminal towards the end of the summer.
The DAA wishes to rebut the latest batch of inaccurate information from
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