Dublin Airport’s €1.8bn Capital Investment Programme (CIP) has been endorsed by the Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR), as part of its Draft Determination 2020-2024 paper.
The CIP, which has been supported by the Pascall+Watson and AECOM led design team, sets out the strategic development of the airport over the next five years and represents the single largest investment programme in its history.
The study continues our historic relationship and portfolio of work for the Dublin Airport Authority, which includes the transformation of Terminal 1 and the award-winning new-build Terminal 2.
Dublin Airport is Ireland’s principal international gateway, currently serving almost 30 million passengers per year to over 180 destinations worldwide.
Check out the latest progress on site at Manchester Airport, where our transformation will see Terminal 2 more than double in size!
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