Re: Re: Cork Transport
I think the distinction must be made between DAA and Aer Rianta in this situation; essentially what is now termed the DAA will not be a real DAA until all three are split fully. Dublin Airport has a portacabin terminal and the only decent connection there is by a private bus service.
This shouldn’t be a Dublin vs Cork argument this should be about allowing all three major airports grow to their full potential and a very important part of this involves clear guidance from government and not shifting sands.
All of our airports have inherited the Aer Rianta legacy the real question is why was this situation ever allowed to develop and remain for so long?