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Tourism

The rollout of new and improved security scanning technology at Dublin Airport will continue to pick up pace over the coming months, according to airport operator daa. Around one third of the airport’s 30+ existing X-ray scanners have already been replaced by new cutting edge C3 scanners, with the airport on track to have replaced all scanners in both of its terminals by October 2025, ahead of the ...

Community
Fingal Chamber

Fingal Chamber hosted the Fingal Chamber Golf Classic on Friday, the 10th of May 2024 at Deer Park Golf Club in Howth. The annual event brought together local businesses and golf enthusiasts for a day of friendly competition and networking. The Fingal Chamber Golf Classic has always been a highly anticipated event on the local business calendar, and this year was no exception. The event saw a good ...

Economic
Skillnet
Tourism

The four day period between Friday and Monday will see around 220,000 passengers departing from Dublin Airport, with 203,000 passengers arriving. The expected numbers are on a par with 2019 levels. Passengers departing from Dublin Airport over the coming weekend are advised to arrive at their terminal two hours in advance of a short-haul flight and three hours before a long-haul flight. Demand for ...

Community
Economic
Fingal Chamber
Human Resources
Infrastructure
Research

Fingal Chamber is delighted to announce the commencement of its first Business Sentiment Survey for 2024. This comprehensive survey serves as a vital barometer, gauging the prevailing challenges encountered by businesses within the region. It provides a platform for enterprises to articulate concerns regarding specific issues affecting their operations.

Community
Human Resources
Member

Radisson Blu Hotel Dublin Airport is extremely proud to announce that they have officially been Certified™ as a Great Place to Work after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by the Great Place to Work® Institute Ireland. The Certification™ process is based on direct feedback from employees, provided as part of an extensive and anonymous survey about the workplace experience.

Tourism

Dublin Airport is expecting thousands of tourists to fly in from overseas to enjoy the Easter break all around Ireland, with the terminals also set to be busy with passengers heading off on everything from school tours and religious trips to sun, ski and cultural holidays all over the world.

Infrastructure

daa, the operator of Dublin Airport, is disappointed by the CCPC's decision to prevent daa from buying the former QuickPark parking facility. This decision is bad news for passengers who will face difficulty finding parking at the airport in the summer peak. daa is baffled by the CCPC view that daa buying the facility would have led to car park prices increasing: it would have the opposite effect ...

Fingal County Council

A first of its kind in Ireland, the comprehensive guide aims to equip organisations with practical strategies and resources to help dismantle systematic racism and anti-racist practices. It has been developed by the Fingal Integration team in collaboration with the Immigrant Council of Ireland and has been supported by the Irish Network Against Racism and the Irish Human Right and Equality ...

Fingal County Council

Representatives of Fingal County Council, as Lead Partner on the Urbact EcoCore Project, visited the partner city of Santo Tirso in Portugal to learn about the city’s approach to sustainable economic development. Members of the Council’s project team were accompanied by Deputy Mayor Councillor Gráinne Maguire and Mr Anthony Cooney, Chief Executive Officer, Fingal Chamber, who are key stakeholders ...

Government

Mr Varadkar TD has been a pivotal figure in Irish politics, notably within our local community where his political journey began, where he served as a Councillor on Fingal County Council from 2003-2007 before his election to Dáil Éireann for the Dublin West constituency in 2007.