Dublin Airport Authority Considers Ban on Non-Scheduled Private Aircraft Operations

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The Dublin Airport Authority is considering a ban on non-scheduled private aircraft operations due to concerns about exceeding its passenger cap. The National Business Aviation Association is working to combat this proposed ban, suggesting an allocation of a specific number of passengers for business aviation. Additionally, Sinn Féin has suggested a private jet tax as a way to combat the environmental impact of private aviation. Despite calls for a tax, the government dismissed the idea due to a lack of research, but the environmental impact of private aviation is significant, with more harmful carbon dioxide emissions than regular commercial flights.

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🛫 Dublin Airport Authority Considers Ban on Non-Scheduled Private Aircraft Operations:

🚫 The Dublin Airport Authority is mulling over a potential ban on non-scheduled private aircraft operations due to traffic restrictions.

🛩 General Aviation Movement Increase Raises Concerns:

📈 General aviation movements at Dublin Airport have raised concerns about potentially exceeding the passenger cap.

🌍 Sinn Féin Suggests Private Jet Tax:

💰 Sinn Féin has proposed a private jet tax to combat the environmental impact of private aviation.

📈 Fun Fact: In 2021, Ireland’s emissions per capita were 12.3 tonnes, while Taylor Swift’s private aircraft emitted 8,293 tonnes.

(Source: Buzz.ie)

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