Business is booming for Dublin Airport, which despite seeing an 4% increase in passenger numbers during October 2023, is currently planning to ensure that passenger numbers for 2024 will remain below the 32 million level: inkeeping with a cap currently imposed on airport operators daa. However, recognising that “permission to grow Dublin Airport further” will be a key element of meeting Ireland’s demand for international travel, Kenny Jacobs, CEO of daa, announced that “daa will submit an application to Fingal County Council shortly to grow beyond the current 32 million cap”. Until this planning permission is granted, “daa will continue

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