Stark warnings for the future of both Shannon and Cork Airport were voiced by leading airline officials on Wednesday.
Save our Shannon have called on the Irish Government to enter into negotiations with IAG to acquire Aer Lingus.
A strong public connection between the public and Clare’s historic side of 1995 has endured, a key member of the All-Ireland winning team believes.
Ryanair have threatened to close their base at Shannon Airport for the winter months and into early spring.
Chamber of Commerce Presidents in the Mid-West have vehemently stressed the need for Shannon Airport to maintain “essential connectivity” with Boston, New York and London.
An emergency meeting with the Transport Minister on the future of Shannon Airport has been requested by Clare’s Oireachtas members.
Protection for Shannon Airport is required from the Irish Government as question marks hang over Aer Lingus’ future at the International Airport.
Aer Lingus’ transatlantic services are at risk of being moved from Shannon Airport from the UK.
Aer Lingus have been urged not to make any “premature decisions” surrounding its future at Shannon Airport.
Aer Lingus are reviewing the viability of operating out of Shannon Airport and Cork Airport.