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Save our Shannon call on Irish Government to repurchase Aer Lingus shares

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Save our Shannon have called on the Irish Government to enter into negotiations with IAG to acquire Aer Lingus.

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Affection between Clare’s 95 panel and public has endured – Baker

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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.

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Ryanair threaten to close Shannon Airport base for winter season

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Ryanair have threatened to close their base at Shannon Airport for the winter months and into early spring.

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Move of Aer Lingus aircraft ‘unthinkable’ say Chambers of Commerce

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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.

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Emergency meeting sought with Transport Minister on Shannon Airport

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An emergency meeting with the Transport Minister on the future of Shannon Airport has been requested by Clare’s Oireachtas members.

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Shannon needs protection as TDs warn of public backlash if Aer Lingus move transatlantic routes

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Protection for Shannon Airport is required from the Irish Government as question marks hang over Aer Lingus’ future at the International Airport.

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Aer Lingus’ transatlantic services at Shannon Airport under threat

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Aer Lingus’ transatlantic services are at risk of being moved from Shannon Airport from the UK.

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Clare TDs urge Aer Lingus to delay reduction of Shannon Airport services

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Aer Lingus have been urged not to make any “premature decisions” surrounding its future at Shannon Airport.

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Aer Lingus reviewing viability of operating out of Shannon Airport

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Aer Lingus are reviewing the viability of operating out of Shannon Airport and Cork Airport.

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Aer Lingus ‘have killed loyalty of Shannon Airport & its workers’

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Clare Councillors are calling on Aer Lingus CEO Sean Doyle to reinstate flights in and out of Shannon, citing that a single Aer Lingus aircraft has not left the ground there since April 5th.

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