Dublin Airport Authority, a frequent target of verbal vitriol from Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary, criticized a decision by the Commission for Aviation Regulation setting the airport's maximum passenger charge at an average of €6.14 ($7.39) beginning in January. DAA had sought authority for an average fee of €7. 50, a 50% increase over the current rate, in order to finance a €1.2 billion capital investment program. The lower fee means it will be "unable to deliver the full ...

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