Dublin Airport has ruled out transferring flights to Cork and Shannon Airports as it continues to deal with staffing shortages

Dublin Airport has ruled out transferring flights to Cork and Shannon Airports as it continues to deal with staffing shortages

Limerick Chamber suggested the transfer of flights to regional airports such as Cork and Shannon could solve the DAA’s crisis

However the DAA says the situation has improved with passengers on short-haul flights now advised to come to the airport up to 2 and a half hours before departure instead of three and a half.

DAA Media Relations Manager Graeme McQueen says suggestions to move flights to regional airports doesn’t fly

If it was that easy to just pick up flights and take them to the regional airports, you know, I think we’d be doing it already, But the fact is, Dublin Airport doesn’t compete with Shannon for flights we compete with the big cities in Europe – Barcelona, Amsterdam and that will remain the case, and like, ultimately, the solution to solving our issues at Dublin airport that people saw recently as what we’re doing is hiring more staff”


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