The Aircraft Noise Competent Authority (ANCA) is holding a 14-week public consultation on its draft recommendations regarding daa’s application to amend aircraft operating restrictions at Dublin Airport when the new north runway opens. The public consultation will inform ANCA’s final direction to the Planning Authority before it rules on daa’s application next year.
Image: TheAroraGroup.com Dublin Airport is to get a €100 million investment in a new terminal-linked hotel that will create up to 550 jobs on campus. As part of an agreement with daa, British hotel group Arora has lodged a planning application for a new 410-bedroom luxury hotel adjacent to Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. Arora […]
Image courtesy of www.geograph.ie The Aircraft Noise Competent Authority (ANCA) has commenced an assessment of the noise situation at Dublin Airport following a planning application (Planning reference F20A/0668) recently made by the Dublin Airport Authority to Fingal County Council’s Planning Department. The application from the
Dublin Airport has been formally designated as a carbon-neutral airport as part of a globally recognised environmental programme. It is the first airport in Ireland to achieve carbon-neutral status. The airport reduced its carbon footprint by 12 percent between 2018 and 2019 and has reduced its overall carbon emissions by 25 percent between 2013 and […]
Following an extremely challenging few days due to the impact of Storm Emma, flight operations have now returned to normal at Dublin Airport. All flights from Dublin Airport’s existing airlines, bar Ryanair, were cancelled from 3pm on Thursday (March 1st). Around 400,000 tonnes of snow from 600 acres of airfield was cleared in recent days. On […]