Dublin Airport has received an ultimatum from the Fingal County Council to reduce night flying in the coming six weeks.  A recent report by the Aircraft Noise Competent Authority found that while the overall number of aircraft movements at the airport was lower in 2022 compared to 2019, night-time movements increased by 7%. Meanwhile the airport is pushing back against the imposed restrictions. The Fingal County Council is planning to cap night flights at 65 between 23:00 and 07:00, but Dublin Airport argues that this would be restrict the progress of Irish economy and connectivity. However, the report states that:

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