Dublin Airport, with one of its two principal tenants (Aer Lingus) struggling to survive and the other (Ryanair) cutting capacity in a dispute over charges and taxes, announced a "major new financial incentive scheme" designed to stimulate traffic in 2010. Under the so-called Dublin Airport Growth Incentive Scheme, Dublin Airport Authority will refund airlines for all airport charges for passenger traffic beyond a combined 19.5 million. DUB handled 20.5 million passengers in 2009 ...

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