Ryanair pleads for end to DAA Monopoly

Ryanair gave a warm welcome to the United Kingdom Competition Commission’s call for the axing of the DAA monopoly.

Ryanair believes that the 3 competing airports in London result in better airline services for flight passengers, improved facilities, and lead to lower fares.

They have pleaded for the Irish Government to stop the DAA monopoly.

They believe a 25 million passenger terminal could be built for around EUR200m. Ryanair say the current situation could lead to passengers paying twice as much for charges at Dublin Airport over the coming years unless a competing terminal is developed. A competing terminal at Dublin Airport will lead to lower fares and better facilities.