Dublin Airports Authority in December announced a "Grow Incentive Scheme" for 2011 at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports under which the authority will waive "all airport charges for passenger traffic" once a threshold of 23.5 million passengers is reached at the three airports it manages. DAA said the number represents the throughput of scheduled and charter passengers that would have been expected last year were it not for the impact of the volcanic ash crisis. After ...

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