Aer Lingus prepares to jet off from T2
Published 17/11/2010 | 05:00
AER Lingus will begin providing flights from Dublin Airport's new Terminal 2 this week, but won't fully transfer flights to the facility until the new year in order to avoid disruption at the busy Christmas period.
T2 opens on Friday. Aer Lingus said the US Customs & Border Protection service won't be in place at T2 until the new year. The company has asked all its passengers to continue checking in at the existing terminal unless otherwise advised.
Sammon secures e120m UAE work
Kildare engineering and construction firm Sammon Group Ltd has secured contracts worth €120m in the United Arab Emirates to build five state-of-the art primary schools in the next 10 months for the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC), part of the Abu Dhabi government. The announcement follows the recent visit by the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation Minister Batt O'Keeffe to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
TalkTalk to focus on boosting efficiency
The chief executive of broadband firm TalkTalk said yesterday the company would switch focus from boosting customer numbers to improving efficiency and product ranges. Dido Harding said the company would expand its unbundled network -- lines using TalkTalk's own equipment in the local telephone exchange, which bypass BT -- in a bid to improve services.
Demand for refunds is daily battle -- BoA
BANK of America chief executive Brian Moynihan said resolving investor demands for refunds over faulty mortgages is a battle that will last at least several more quarters. "It's a day-to-day, hand-to-hand combat," Mr Moynihan said yesterday. "It's manageable in the context of who we are, but we're not going to spend money unwisely."