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# daa - Wednesday 20 April, 2011

McCarthy report: sale of state assets should focus on long-term growth

Economic report recommends selling National Stud, Bord na Móna, and Aer Lingus shares, and calls for a review of pay and conditions in all commercial state companies to asses their competitiveness.

# daa - Sunday 17 April, 2011

Ireland's three main airports could be sold off as part of privatisation plans

The proposals will be part of a plan to generate €2 billion but will test the unity of the coalition government.

# daa - Wednesday 30 March, 2011

The Daily Fix: Wednesday

TheJournal.ie’s round-up of the evening’s top stories – and the interesting tidbits of the day.

Dublin Airport defends low ranking in international airport survey

Confidential report shows Ireland’s main airport ranks 98th out of 146 international air hubs – but DAA says it compares well with its peer airports in Europe.

# daa - Tuesday 21 December, 2010

INCOMING AND OUTGOING FLIGHTS at Dublin Airport are postponed until at least 5pm today. The DAA has  confirmed that this is to allow for snow removal from the runway.

# daa - Thursday 29 July, 2010

MICHAEL O’LEARY is sure to be chuckling away to himself, as the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has today been slapped on the wrist.

The DAA has failed to meet two out of 13 quality targets, set for it by the Commission for Aviation Regulation, and as a consequence, something that will really please the low cost airline – the DAA will be forced to drop airport charges.

The DAA failed to ensure that passengers spend less than 30 minutes queueing at a security checkpoint. On several occassions it was noted that passengers queued over the limit – up to 34minutes at one stage.

The airport also failed in satisfying passengers need for phone and internet facilities at the airport.

A spokesman for the Commission for Aviation Regulation said the amount of reduction in the maximum airport charge was minimal – around 1 cent per passenger – but that this was the first time airport charges were being partly based on quality standards.

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