Case study

Capex and Opex

Rebuilding a New World for Aeronautical Revenue

Aeronautical Revenue

For 2019, daa Group’s target was to deliver €306m in aeronautical revenues from airlines which was based on 32.8m passengers at the airport during the year.

To make sure we deliver our targets, our team at daa International know the importance of attracting passengers to the airport. The key factor that determines an airline’s choice to fly to Dublin Airport is the opportunity to make money by establishing a route.

daa Internationals Industry Leaders are experts on delivering compelling financial business cases to airlines that clearly communicates a profitable opportunity. We understand a key part of retaining existing airline business and compete against other airports globally, is a low cost-base.

The Covid -19 crisis has had a devastating impact on the global aviation industry. However with over 80 years experience we are a resilient group. Dublin Airport had moved from a base of 23 scheduled airlines in 2013 to 50 airlines in the week before Covid-19 hit. Even in a hugely capacity constrained environment for 2020, a further three airlines has placed new capacity on sale. During the crisis the airport has been reduced to a commercial service from five carriers.

To learn how we plan to move on and start the process of rebuilding the new world for our aeronautical revenue business, please contact us for a case study and lets discuss how we might be of support to your airport.