Annual Reports

daa’s principal activities include the operation and management of Dublin and Cork airports, global airport retailing through our subsidiary ARI, and international aviation consultancy with daa International. The company is State-owned and headquartered at Dublin Airport.

Read our 2023 annual report

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View 2023 Interim Financial Statements


daa Debt Information

As at 31 December 2023

Instrument Maturity Current Outstanding
Eurobond June 2028 €550m
Eurobond November 2032 €500m
Various EIB Facilities Amortising to 2040 €556m
Revolving Credit Facility (RCF) (€450m) March 2027 €NIL (Undrawn)

daa Debt Maturity

As at 31 December 2023

daa Debt Liquidity

As at 31 December 2023

Bond Documentation

Bond 2028 Tap 2028 Bond 2032
Trust Deed Click Here Click Here Click Here
Prospectus Click Here Click Here Click Here
Paying Agency Agreement Click Here Click Here Click Here

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Debt Investor Presentations

Month Presentation
June 2024 Open Presentation
May 2023 Open Presentation
July 2022 Open Presentation
September 2021 Open Presentation
May 2021 Open Presentation
October 2020 Open Presentation

Credit Rating

Long-term RatingShort-term RatingOutlook
S&P Global Ratings A A-1Stable

Analyst Information

Diva Costa
Associate Director Infrastructure Ratings, EMEA
+39 917887230


The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is responsible for the regulation of airport charges at Irish airports. Dublin Airport is the only airport currently subject to economic regulation by the IAA. Determining airport charges on the basis of independent, objective and transparent criteria, as well as sound economic principles is an important principle. The IAA sets charges at Dublin Airport following submissions from daa, airlines and other interested parties. The legislation also provides that the IAA assumes responsibility for the regulation of charges for terminal services and for a number of other aviation functions that were previously the responsibility of the Minister for Public Enterprise. Details of the IAA’s decisions in relation to airport charges at Dublin Airport can be found on the IAA website.


Peter Dunne
Group Chief Financial Officer
+353 1 944 2205
Brian Healy
Deputy Group CFO
+353 1 944 2324
Andrew Glover
Group Treasury Manager
+353 1 944 2203