Appendix 3: References

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CHAPTER 1

GENERAL INTRODUCTION

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Anna Aero: European Airports Trends Database.

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Hub - a convenient airport location whereby passengers can change aircraft to get to their final destination.

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The US Preclearance facility at Terminal 2 in Dublin Airport is a purpose built facility that allows US bound passengers to undertake all US immigration, customs and agriculture inspections at Dublin Airport prior to departure.

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Oxford Economics for DTTAS: Review of the Capacity Needs of Ireland’s Airports (August 2018).

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Short to Medium Term development horizon within the context of the Dublin Airport LAP entails the duration of the plan period.

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Long Term development horizon within the context of the Dublin Airport LAP is up to 2050.

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These policy documents promote the importance of Dublin Airport as a transport gateway, secondary European hub and economic facilitator, and are configured to anticipate and support future growth whilst promoting the importance of developing an environmentally sustainable approach to the growth of the Airport.

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National Aviation Policy, Project Ireland 2040 - National Planning Framework underpinned by a 10 year National Development Plan, a Regional Spatial Economic Strategy for the Eastern and Midlands region and the Fingal Development Plan 2017-2023.

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Fingal County Council Ref: F04A/1755/E1, An Bord Pleanala Reference Number PL06F.217429.

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Oxford Economics for DTTAS: Review of the Capacity Needs of Ireland’s Airports (August 2018).

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An Bord Pleanala passenger cap associated with T2 permission PL06F.220670 having regard to transport capacity constraints. Fingal County Council Ref: F06A/1248.

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The timeframe for the South Fingal Transport Study is up 2027, taken as the year of opening for the Metrolink Scheme.

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The Consultation Report Social Perspectives on the future of  Dublin Airport is available at https://yourairportviews.fingal.ie/#/report.

CHAPTER 2

DUBLIN AIRPORT IN CONTEXT

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The comprehensive Trans-European Network [TEN] incorporates the subset Trans-European Transport Network [TEN-T Network] which represents the strategically most important transport nodes and links of the trans-European transport networks designated by the EU. The TEN-T network on the Island of Ireland links the main urban centres of Belfast-Dublin and Cork and encompasses the road, rail and other transport modes on this route. The EU works to promote TEN-T networks by a combination of leadership, coordination, issuance of guidelines and funding aspects of development.

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The North Sea-Mediterranean Corridor is one of the nine priority axes of the Trans-European Transport Network. It stretches from Ireland and the north of UK through the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg to the Mediterranean Sea in the south of France and will strongly contribute to European interconnectivity and cohesion.

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Hub - a convenient airport location whereby passengers can change aircraft to get to their final destination.

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Departing passengers on US bound flights are required to process through the US Preclearance facility located on the ground level of Pier 4 connected to T2.

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Data Centre-Airport Council International [ACI] 2018.

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Origin-destination passengers.

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Connecting passengers.

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Passengers passed through the Airport but did not change planes.

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www.daa.ie.

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A National Aviation Policy for Ireland 2015.

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Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Kerry and Knock.

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CSO 2018 – Aviation Statistics.

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Dublin, Cork and Shannon.

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Oxford Economics for DTTAS: Review of the Capacity Needs of Ireland’s Airports (August 2018).

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APU–Provision of overhaul repair and modification services for Auxiliary Power Units –APU (eg. aircraft electrical power and air conditioning services).

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Short to medium term horizon as per the DTTAS Review is up to 2030. Longer term horizon is up to 2050.

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Landside is the area(s) at an airport before passengers go through Security, Customs, and Immigration including landside access – road network and public transport.

CHAPTER 3

FORECASTS AND CAPACITY CONSTRAINTS

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Short to Medium term in context of DTTAS Review is up to 2030.

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Transfer passenger numbers increased by 18% to 1.8 million in 2018 - www.daa.ie.

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240,000 passengers transited through Dublin in 2018 - www.daa.ie.

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An Bord Pleanala passenger cap associated with T2 permission [PL06F.220670] having regard to transport capacity constraints.

CHAPTER 6

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF DUBLIN AIRPORT

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Information Communications Technology.

CHAPTER 7

AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

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Chapter 8 Surface Access and Transport refers.

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Million passengers per annum.

CHAPTER 8

SURFACE ACCESS AND TRANSPORT

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South Fingal Transport Study.

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Fingal County Council ‘Your Swords An Emerging City’ Strategic Vision 2035.

CHAPTER 9

ENVIRONMENT AND COMMUNITY

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