daa operates Dublin and Cork airports in Ireland and has significant overseas businesses through its ARI and daa International subsidiaries in addition to the Dublin Airport Central development at Dublin Airport.
Dublin and Cork airports are the two largest airports in the Republic of Ireland, welcoming a combined 34 million passengers in 2018.
ARI is a leading international travel retailer, with operations in 12 countries, and it also holds the Group’s 20% stake in Düsseldorf Airport.
daa International is an airport management and aviation advisory services business.
Dublin Airport Central is Ireland’s next generation business destination located directly opposite Terminal 2. Boasting a unique mix of business and social amenities, Dublin Airport Central brings the best Dublin Airport has to offer to growing national and international businesses.
The Group’s core purpose is to connect Ireland with the world and its vision is to be an airport industry leader that will grow its business by delivering great service and value for airlines, passengers and business partners.
We have a strong commercial focus and work closely with our customers and stakeholders to help meet their needs in a dynamic marketplace.
daa turnover in 2018 was €897 million, up 5% on 2017, and driven by growing passenger numbers and increased commercial income. Group profit after tax, excluding exceptional items, was €133 million.
The Group employs 3,500 people at its Irish airports and has a further 800 people working for its international businesses.