DAA retail revenue falls 9% in 2010

Andrew Pentol


Total turnover rose 2% to €558m ($783m), driven by increased overseas sales and aeronautical charges

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Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), which operates Dublin, Shannon and Cork airports, has revealed a 9% decrease in total year-on-year retail revenues to €221m ($310m) in 2010. Total turnover rose 2%

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