• Review of the capacity needs at Ireland’s state airports: Phase 2 stakeholder engagement

    Cambridge Economic Policy Associates (CEPA), along with Oxford Economics, has been commissioned by DTTAS to undertake a high level strategic capacity review of Ireland’s three state airports (Dublin, Cork and Shannon). Phase 2 of this study considers options in relation to additional capacity at Dublin Airport (only).

    The Irish Exporters Association’s Submission to the Review of the capacity needs at Ireland’s state airports: Phase 2 stakeholder engagement submitted to Cambridge Economic Policy Associates has been drafted in consultation with the IEA National Council, IEA Southern and Western Regional Councils and IEA members operating in the aviation sector.

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