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# daa - Monday 10 September, 2012

Free WiFi for all travellers at Dublin Airport

The no-fee service is being launched today.

# daa - Saturday 8 September, 2012

Aer Lingus cabin crew hospitalised after turbulence on flight from Milan

One member of the cabin crew sustained what is believed to be a broken ankle after the plane hit turbulence on its way to Dublin Airport last night.

# daa - Saturday 1 September, 2012

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Pics: Why was 'James Joyce' at Dublin Airport?

Was he looking for a taxi maybe?

# daa - Tuesday 28 August, 2012

15,000 US fans expected into Dublin Airport ahead of Notre Dame, Navy game

The sold-out game kicks off on Saturday at the Aviva.

# daa - Friday 24 August, 2012

The 9 at 9: Friday

The nine stories you need to know as you start your day.

# daa - Thursday 23 August, 2012

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

DAA meets with taxi drivers as passengers face disruption at Dublin Airport

DAA has urged drivers to resume service to the public at the airport as soon as possible.

# daa - Wednesday 22 August, 2012

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PICTURES: Taxi drivers say they're in it for the long haul in airport dispute

There are no taxi services from Dublin airport as a result of a dispute about parking spaces for drivers.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

# daa - Wednesday 1 August, 2012

Aer Lingus and DAA staff vote for industrial action

Workers are unhappy with proposed changes to their pensions.

# daa - Wednesday 11 July, 2012

Electric cars can now be powered up at Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport Authority has installed new charging points in its Terminal 2 car park.

# daa - Monday 2 July, 2012

DAA opens its first stores in China

The stores opened in the Changshui International Airport – the fourth largest terminal building in China.

# daa - Monday 18 June, 2012

Mick Wallace faces fine after BMW towed from Aer Lingus staff car park

The independent TD for Wexford left his car illegally parked at Dublin Airport last Friday.

# daa - Thursday 14 June, 2012

Security problems at Dublin Airport have been fixed

The airport had been given two months to solve the security issues raised by the European Commission.

# daa - Saturday 19 May, 2012

Column: It’s time to privatise RTÉ and the DAA. Offload them now.

The two troubled semi-states are living in fantasyland, writes Aaron McKenna. Why should we keep them there?

# daa - Wednesday 16 May, 2012

Some passengers face extra security checks flying from Dublin Airport

The chair of the Civil Aviation Security committee confirmed new measures would be put in place after an audit found faults.

# daa - Thursday 10 May, 2012

Dublin Airport set for up to 150 redundancies

The DAA said the staff reductions were necessary due to the “ongoing economic downturn”.

# daa - Tuesday 1 May, 2012

Main runway at Dublin Airport to be closed overnight this week

The closure is to facilitate essential electrical maintenance work and will not affect services.

# daa - Wednesday 29 February, 2012

Report recommends Shannon Airport separate from Dublin Airport Authority

A consultants’ report has recommended changes to the airport’s management structure in light of annual losses and declining passenger numbers.

# daa - Thursday 9 February, 2012

Colm McCarthy appointed to board of Dublin Airport Authority

He is joined by former Bord Gais CEO Gerry Walsh and aviation executive John Lynch.

# daa - Wednesday 18 January, 2012

Irish semi-states moved from Standard and Poor's 'watch' list

Bord Gais, the DAA and the ESB are currently rated ‘negative’ by S&P.

# daa - Wednesday 11 January, 2012

DAA to be questioned on 'vision and priorities' for coming years

The DAA chairman designate will tell the Oireactas his plans on how to tackle issues like returning airports to growth, resolving the pension deficit, and separating Cork and Shannon Airports.

# daa - Wednesday 21 December, 2011

More than 620,000 passengers expected at Dublin Airport over Christmas

The figure shows a 10 per cent increase in holiday travellers compared to last year, said the DAA.

# daa - Tuesday 20 December, 2011

WiFi to be rolled out at Dublin Airport

eircom has partnered with the Dublin Airport Authority to roll out eircom WiFiHub in Dublin airport, which can be accessed by millions of passengers every year.

# daa - Tuesday 15 November, 2011

Taking off: Collier to step down as DAA chief executive

Declan Collier will not look to renew his current contract with the Dublin Airport Authority, as he moves to London City Airport.

# daa - Monday 14 November, 2011

Dublin Airport body scanner tests delayed until 2012

Meanwhile, today the European Commission adopted guidelines concerning the use of the controversial scanning machines at airports across the EU.

# daa - Friday 11 November, 2011

Ryanair hits out at lack of change in Dublin airport fees

Ryanair described the situation as a “DAA monopoly” – but Dublin Airport says that under the regulator’s formula, there is an increase in next year’s price cap, but it has decided not to pass this on to passengers.

# daa - Monday 7 November, 2011

Ryanair's half yearly profits up 20 per cent

Passenger numbers also increased with the airline saying it will expand further in years to come.

# daa - Tuesday 25 October, 2011

Air traffic control charges to drop 40 per cent by 2015

Dublin, Shannon and Cork airports are covered by the Commission for Aviation Regulation’s decision to cut air traffic control charges over the next four years.

# daa - Monday 24 October, 2011

Cork and Shannon airports could be privatised - Varadkar

The transport minister has said the two airports are losing millions of euro every year.

# daa - Thursday 25 August, 2011

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In photos: New Chinese airport agrees deal with Aer Rianta

The Irish company will run 11 retail outlets at a new Chinese facility with the capacity to deal with 70 million passengers a year.

# daa - Tuesday 23 August, 2011

Ryanair scraps all flights between Dublin, Cork and Kerry

The airline said motorway improvements were behind the decision, which will leave Cork without domestic air links.

# daa - Wednesday 3 August, 2011

Ryanair breaks passenger record and calls for an end to travel tax

Ryanair boss has hit out at the government and the Dublin Airport Authority, saying that the travel tax and high fees are crippling Irish tourism.

# daa - Wednesday 29 June, 2011

NTMA staff paid an average of €7,700 in 2010 bonuses

NAMA staff are among those who received additional payments for 2010. Two million euro was paid out in total.

# daa - Sunday 26 June, 2011

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The Daily Fix: Sunday

In this evening’s fix: DAA board backs down, shock death at Glastonbury, cringey MySpace pages and the only slideshow you’ll ever need to see…swamp soccer!

Minister threatens DAA board with sack over bonus row

Leo Varadkar is not happy about a bonus payment to the airport authority’s chief executive.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

In your 9 at 9: Minister in sack threat; the universal social charge is here to stay; the end of LulzSec; the senator and the passport row; and the world’s ugliest dog.

# daa - Friday 13 May, 2011

The Daily Fix: Friday

In your Friday Fix: Shocking beheading in Tenerife; DAA chairman resigns; Clerics killed in Libya; A ‘hi-tech’ bosca bruscair in Dublin; Porn stash at the bin Laden compound; and a “smash-and-grab” raid at the Irish Farm Centre.

DAA chairman David Dilger resigns

The resignation has been welcomed by Ryanair and follows Dilger’s two years at the helm of the authority that owns Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports.

# daa - Friday 29 April, 2011

Plans for lifting of aircraft liquid ban postponed following confusion

Several EU member states had indicated they were not willing to comply with the lifting of the ban that was due to come into place today, citing security concerns.