Dublin Airport's controversial new Terminal 2 will be managed by the Dublin Airport Authority, which will have to do so in line with operating cost targets set by the Commission for Aviation Regulation, Irish Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey announced. The decision effectively ends a competition to find an external company to operate T2, which is due to open toward the end of this year. "While every effort was made to design a workable process, unfortunately the market did not respond as ...

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