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Was there any controversy about the move from an Irish-language name to an English-language one? Loganberry (Talk) 02:03, 2 September 2005 (UTC)
I don't believe so, many state companies now are prescribed English and Irish names and tend to use the commerically most attractive rather than patriotism which was in fashion (and a false style is also recently coming to the fore in society generally).
Off the point Aer Rianta was a classic state enterprise - was it the best of centralised state thinking (e.g. giving ireland three strategic international airports when we had little infrastructure or money) or a monolith for interest groups (e.g. civil servants and employees who attempted to control it at the disadvantage of the travelling public)? That controversy, if anything, will be the history of the authority. Djegan 16:33, 2 September 2005 (UTC)
Took out the bit about "Aer Rianta Limited" - did a CRO search to confirm no such company is currently registered in Ireland - the State Airports Act prescribes Dublin Airport Authority plc as the ultimate parent company and Aer Rianta International cpt is a subsidary which for the moment has kept the Aer Rianta name. --Rdd 19:33, 17 August 2006 (UTC)
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