DAA in Ryanair row
THE Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) and Ryanair have become embroiled in a fresh row over airport charges.
The DAA claimed Ryanair had rejected a deal including €60m worth of discounts on airport charges at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports.
Ryanair claimed the deal offered by the DAA would have seen other airlines benefit from Ryanair passenger growth.
A DAA statement said negotiations between the two companies have ended.
It said Ryanair wanted to be paid more than €100m in discounts, with no guarantee of any additional traffic.