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Dublin Airport has seen continued growth from 2018, with 3.4 million passengers passing through the terminal, compared to 3.3 million in July 2018.
The new automatic parking system will reduce delays through faster turn-arounds, while simultaneously heightening safety, as part of Eurocontrol's Europe-wide initiative.
The move to convert its existing fleet of 111 vehicles to LEVs over the next five years is aimed at improving air quality, reducing noise and carbon emissions and saving energy.
The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) helps companies manage their assets practically and sustainability.
Dublin Airport implements a new device to reduce the time spent on essential airfield safety checks in regard to aircraft parking lighting.
As capacity continues to rise, airports are focusing upon how they can manage their revenues in the most efficient way, to improve cash flow.
EUROCONTROL has seen a rise in the use of A-CDM for enhanced network predictability and reduction of delays, both at the airport and en-route.
Profits at daa Group increased by six per cent to a record €133 million in 2018 as the company benefited from higher passenger numbers and increased commercial income.
Dublin Airport makes a positive contribution to the national energy grid, using its own power generators when wind energy cannot generate enough electricity.
Dublin Airport has welcomed the launch of the Norwegian service between Dublin and Hamilton Toronto; the airline’s first ever route between Europe and Canada.
Dublin Airport is taking part in a trial that uses biometrics to help passengers seamlessly travel between Ireland and Bristol Airport.
Dublin Airport has welcomed a new Shenzhen route, operated by Hainan Airlines, which will be the airport's second mainland China destination behind Beijing.
The new runway is part of the Government’s €116 billion Project Ireland 2040 plan to modernise the infrastructure, and will create more than 31,000 Irish jobs.