Dublin Seeks Management Firm to Oversee Terminal 2 Processes

10 September 2009 (Last Updated September 10th, 2009 18:30)

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) in Ireland is seeking a management firm to oversee a range of duties including security, customer care, cleaning and airport shopping at its new Terminal 2. The terminal will have a check-in and departures hall connected by a bridge that forms the central

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) in Ireland is seeking a management firm to oversee a range of duties including security, customer care, cleaning and airport shopping at its new Terminal 2.

The terminal will have a check-in and departures hall connected by a bridge that forms the central spine of the building.

The building will also include 58 check-in desks and ample provision for self-service and online check-in and bag, tag and drop positions.

According to a spokesperson, a 400m pier has already been completed since work began on the €609m terminal.

The terminal is scheduled to open in November 2010 and will be able to handle 15 million passengers a year with a peak hour constraint of 4,200 people.