*Ambassador of Poland Ms. Anna Sochańska with CEO of The Shannon Airport Group, Mary Considine. Photograph: Brian Arthur

SHANNON AIRPORT has welcomed Ambassadors from Poland and Slovenia in recent weeks with areas for future collaboration and European expansion explored.

On Monday, H.E. Ambassador of Poland Ms. Anna Sochańska accompanied by First Secretary Klaudiusz Tchórzewski and Senator Maria Byrne (FG) visited Shannon Airport.

Ambassador Sochańska, who was appointed as ambassador to Ireland in October 2019, received a briefing on The Shannon Airport Group followed by a tour of Shannon Airport and the Shannon Campus.

Photograph: Brian Arthur

CEO of The Shannon Airport Group, Mary Considine said, “It gave us the opportunity to highlight the initiatives we have undertaken across our Shannon Campus and explore our connections with Poland. Shannon offers three routes to Poland from this region with services to Krakow, Warsaw, and Wroclaw, and many of our passengers are from the Polish community, who are either living here or visiting friends and loved ones. We are pleased to be able to offer these services from Shannon”.

At the end of September, representatives of the Shannon Airport Group greeted the Slovenian Ambassador, Stanislav Vidovič who was accompanied on his visit to Shannon Airport by his wife Lilliana Vidovič, Liam Maloney, Honorary Consul of Slovenia for Ireland, and Senator Timmy Dooley (FF).

Appointed in October 2020, Ambassador Vidovič was also given a tour of the international airport and wider campus.

Ms Considine outlined, “It gave us an opportunity to explore areas for future collaboration and showcase the initiatives we have undertaken across our Shannon Campus.”

Pictured left to right is CEO of The Shannon Airport Group, Mary Considine, Honorary Consul of Slovenia for Ireland, Liam Maloney and Senator Timmy Dooley. Seated left to right: Lilliana Vidovič and Ambassador of Slovenia to Ireland, Stanislav Vidovič.

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