Information for Passengers affected by French Air Traffic Control Disruption
The Commission for Aviation Regulation has received 2015 regulated entity accounts for Dublin Airport.
The Commission has published the results of quality of service monitoring of Dublin Airport for Q1 2016.
The Commission has approved fees for CUPPS (Common User Passenger Processing System) at Cork and Dublin Airport with conditions.
All licence holders (Travel Agents/Tour Operators) with licences expiring 30th April 2016 are reminded to submit their renewal by midnight Saturday 13th February 2016.
The Commission has published the results of quality of service monitoring of Dublin Airport for Q4 2015.
The Commission received applications from Cork and Dublin Airports for approval of proposed fees for CUPPS (Common User Passenger Processing System) equipment. The Commission invites submissions from interested parties on these applications.
The Commission has assessed Dublin Airport’s application for access to installation (ATI) fee approval for baggage hall desks. The Commission has found the fee is relevant, objective, transparent and non-discriminatory. The fee of €4,635 per linear metre has been approved.
The Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) today publishes CN1 of 2016, detailing key dates and vital information for those travel agents and tour operators whose licences expire on 30 April 2016.
In 2016 the Commission will conduct a review of the runway trigger as stated in the 2014 Determination. The Commission has also come to the conclusion that there are no substantial grounds to conduct a review of the k factor as requested by Dublin Airport.