Kevin Toland of daa talks aviation, regulation, Brexit and Irish tourism

Kevin Toland is soon to finish a very successful 4 years as CEO of daa which operates Dublin and Cork airports. During that period there has been strong growth in passenger numbers and inbound tourism is at a new record high.

The Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC) spent 20 minutes recently with Kevin to discuss his period in charge of daa, the importance of Dublin and Cork airports as economic drivers, the need for investment in infrastructure, and the challenge of airport regulation.

Kevin also shared his views on Brexit and the difficulties it poses for aviation and how he views the future of Irish tourism.

 

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