Alan Farrell, TD

Dublin Fingal

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Flightfest is a unique opportunity to showcase industry worth 1,000 local jobs

"Half of the world's aviation fleet is now managed from Ireland, with 1,000 people directly employed in the aviation leasing industry in Ireland. As a fitting acknowledgement of this this fact, the Irish Aviation Authority, The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, and Dublin's Lord Mayor have announced a unique aviation event for The Gathering 2013," according to Alan Farrell, Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal.

Flightfest is a unique opportunity to showcase industry worth 1,000 local jobs

"Half of the world's aviation fleet is now managed from Ireland, with 1,000 people directly employed in the aviation leasing industry in Ireland. As a fitting acknowledgement of this this fact, the Irish Aviation Authority, The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, and Dublin's Lord Mayor have announced a unique aviation event for The Gathering 2013," according to Alan Farrell, Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal.

Dáil Question on government action to reduce sale of counterfeit goods

To ask the Minister for Finance the measures taken by him in order to minimise the impact of counterfeit goods on the Exchequer; if he intends to introduce harsher penalities as called for by Retail Ireland; if he will consider a public awareness campaign to highlight to consumers the effect illegal trading has on the economy; and if he will make a statement on the matter.

Dail Question on feasibility of EIB funding for Metro North

To ask the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport the possibility of borrowing funds from the European Investment Bank to allow for the progression of the Metro North project; and if he will make a statement on the matter.

Dáil Question on government action to reduce sale of counterfeit goods

To ask the Minister for Finance the measures taken by him in order to minimise the impact of counterfeit goods on the Exchequer; if he intends to introduce harsher penalities as called for by Retail Ireland; if he will consider a public awareness campaign to highlight to consumers the effect illegal trading has on the economy; and if he will make a statement on the matter.

Was PAC Chairman’s €84,000 expenses value for money?

John McGuinness and team claimed €84,000 in expenses in under two years while Junior Minister. Figures released to Alan Farrell, Fine Gael TD for Dublin North, today (Wednesday) show that the Public Accounts Committee Chair, John McGuinness TD, and his team claimed €84,000 in expenses in just twenty two months when he was a Junior Minister in the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

Dail Question on feasibility of EIB funding for Metro North

To ask the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport the possibility of borrowing funds from the European Investment Bank to allow for the progression of the Metro North project; and if he will make a statement on the matter.

Dáil Question on government action to reduce sale of counterfeit goods

To ask the Minister for Finance the measures taken by him in order to minimise the impact of counterfeit goods on the Exchequer; if he intends to introduce harsher penalities as called for by Retail Ireland; if he will consider a public awareness campaign to highlight to consumers the effect illegal trading has on the economy; and if he will make a statement on the matter.

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Leinster House
Kildare Street
Dublin 2
Phone: 016184008
Email: [email protected]

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