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Radar faults force Irish Aviation Authority to cut capacity at Dublin airport

23-Jul-2008

Due to a series of radar problems over early and mid-Jul-08, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has been forced to divert hundreds of flights from Dublin International Airport, the city’s sole commercial airport, the largest in Ireland and the home to Europe’s largest LCC, Ryanair. [560 words]

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Subheadings:

  • Working to repair capacity
  • Carriers seeking compensation

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  • Irish Aviation Authority aircraft movements: 2006 vs 2007
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