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Ryanair CEO warns as Dublin Airport does not have enough staff for the summer rush

Ryanair CEO warns as Dublin Airport does not have enough staff for the summer rush
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Eddie Wilson, CEO of Ryanair has cautioned Dublin Airport bosses that Ryanair will take its planes elsewhere if DAA increases passenger charges.

Eddie has warned about Dublin Airport not having enough staff to cope with the summer rush. A similar situation occurred last year when passengers were asked to arrive at the airport four to five hours before their departure time.

In a Business Post interview, Ryanair CEO, Wilson, said that the DAA does not have the necessary staff to adequately handle the millions of passengers due to pass through the airport.





We’d be worried that they don’t have everyone yet in place.

If in Dublin the charges are going up, we are not going to grow there, and there is every incentive for us to take capacity out and put it elsewhere. If I’ve got extra aircraft here, particularly this winter, and I’ve got an incentive in some other part of Europe, I’m going to put the aircraft there,” Wilson said.