Ryanair is offering to build a €250 million ($319.5 million) "low-cost, efficient" new terminal at Dublin Airport, operated by itself or an independent operator, and is calling on the Dublin Airport Authority to "scrap" its proposal to build a €760 million terminal that would increase passenger ticket taxes by as much as 25%. The LCC confirmed yesterday that it intends to submit complaints to both the Irish Competition Authority and the European Commission that accuse DAA of ...

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