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.
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.
Aer Lingus will need to be subsidised if it is to have a future at Shannon Airport, a leading travel expert has affirmed.
A small Clare company is providing the most amount of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the HSE of all Irish companies.
*Shane Ross with Rose Hynes & Mary Considine during his November visit to Shannon Airport. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Workers in…
Shannon Airport has been treated differently to Dublin and Cork Airports by Aer Lingus, the Chairperson of the new all-party Oireachtas grouping focused on protecting the future of the airport has said.
Aer Lingus have informed their Shannon based cabin crew that they are to be temporarily laid off.
Serious concerns over the future of Shannon Airport have been highlighted to the Taoiseach.
*Pictured at Shannon Airport is the newAer Lingus A321neo LR aircraft receiving a water cannon salute . Pic Arthur Ellis.…