AN ADDITIONAL 200,000 seats will be available for passengers from Shannon Airport on nine services this summer.

Shannon Airport will offer increased frequencies on nine services this summer, these are Alicante, Faro, Lanzarote, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Reus, Krakow, Tenerife and Wroclaw.

Delta Airlines will launch its daily service to New York-JFK on 25th May, while Ryanair will operate to Gran Canaria during the summer season for the first time. The airport will operate 33 routes to eleven countries across the EU, UK and US.

CEO of the Shannon Airport Group, Mary Considine outlined, “We are expecting a busy summer at Shannon Airport, with over 200,000 additional seats and increased frequencies on nine favourite summer sun destinations. What sets Shannon apart is our passionate staff, who are excited to extend the famous warm Shannon welcome to every passenger that passes through our doors. On behalf of all the team, I would like to take this opportunity to thank our customers for their loyal support and encourage people to think Shannon first when planning those all-important sunshine breaks over the coming months”.

Hi-tech security screening technology at Shannon Airport ensures passengers experience less dwell time going through security, meaning they have more time to relax and browse the vast product offerings in the renowned Shannon Duty Free, the world’s first airport duty free.

For passengers who require extra assistance, Shannon Airport offers a sensory room for travellers with neurodevelopmental challenges, including autism. Shannon was the first airport in Europe to open a sensory room in 2017. Since then, it has been used extensively, providing a relaxing environment for child and adult passengers ahead of their flight.

Shannon Airport is a World Health Organisation (WHO) Age-Friendly Airport, a world first. This recognises Shannon’s commitment to enhancing the airport’s accessibility and usability for older passengers. This was achieved through the provision of additional facilities for passengers such as age-friendly parking, clear signage and covered walkways from aircraft and car parking into the terminal.

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