The company aer Lingus Slates purpose, yeah passenger transportation

  • The company aer Lingus Slates purpose, yeah passenger transportation
    Independent.t. E.
    The company aer Lingus accused the DAA of pleasure “great rewards” by setting itself the objectives of passenger traffic at Dublin airport, it’s too easy to win.
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The company aer Lingus accused the DAA of pleasure “great rewards” by setting itself the objectives of passenger traffic at Dublin airport, it’s too easy to win.

The airline said in an 18-page statement to the Commission on regulation of aviation that there had been “delays in the investments required to increase capacity and adequately serve a greater number of passengers”.

The presentation is the latest volley from airlines in a war of words between him and the airport authority for airport services.

Yeah “is not always secured, Aer Lingus and other airlines with suitable quality of service,” he said with aer Lingus.

At the same time, “yeah, too much profited beating the forecast of traffic used in the last definition.”

The airline does his initial reaction to the controller of aircraft as part of what will likely be a lengthy process definition for setting the next price cap governing airport charges at Dublin airport.

The growth of passenger traffic at the airport 20pcs higher than the Commission expects that during the last determination, with the airport, expecting to Excel in next year 30 million passengers, he said.

This should lead to economies of scale, from which passengers should benefit, said the airline.

Submission of Aer Lingus said that the Previous decision of the regulator the maximum price the airport authority shall be entitled to charge each passenger “would have benefited from a different treatment of a passenger”.

Growth at Dublin airport regularly easily outstripped forecasts of the DAA’s growth.

“The goal should be higher, and yeah, did not have such great rewards from beating purpose that it claims are too difficult,” he said.

The company aer Lingus has called on the aviation regulator to “think about the awards available yeah from beating predictions of the movement”.

He added: “there should be incentives for daa to develop good intelligence on the likely volume of traffic of the airport and respond to the changing environment, and not defer decisions on its investment plans”.

The current definition is not a requirement of the DAA to undertake additional investments to meet additional demand and allow the DAA to charge profit on the basis of exceeding the baseline forecast in four years. The price cap should provide the DAA with incentives it would face if it were subject to stronger competitive pressure, said Aer Lingus.

“Yet, perhaps, in the last five years, well aware of the profit to convince the Commission to adopt a low forecast of traffic, and then beat that forecast,” he added.

“While firms such as Aer Lingus, operating in a competitive environment, wants to increase sales, beating the single sales forecast, however, is not a sufficient condition for obtaining of additional profit — as in the case of Dublin airport.

“We could not afford a castle in investment plans without regard to changing market conditions. In addition, we could not afford to increase traffic without regard to the experience of our customers,” the airline claimed.

But the position of Aer Lingus comes as something about-face to its positions in anticipation of price determination for the current control period.

Representation from airlines in 2014, said that “there is an urgent need for further capacity expansion in the period ahead”.

She went on to say that according with aer Lingus and then offered €DAA investment plan 308m capital “more than is necessary for the period, which means a lack of reasonable cases for significant expansion potential.”

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