A Clare Senator has hit out at “failed leadership” from the management of Shannon Airport.
*Pictured at Shannon Airport is the newAer Lingus A321neo LR aircraft receiving a water cannon salute . Pic Arthur Ellis. Shannon Airport has received positive news on the double with a new aircraft launched and the early return of its New York JFK service while management declared 2020 will see the biggest percentage increase in …
*Daniel McAvinue is welcomed home from Boston by his nieces Jessica and Emily Cleary, Shannon Co Clare, at Shannon Airport on Friday morning. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. Shannon Airport has been witnessing emotional scenes this morning (Friday) as friends and family complete the journey home in time for Christmas.
*Darragh Quinlan (8) and his sister Rebecca (4) from Cahir Co Tipperary all set for departure during the Shannon Airport Santa Flights 2019. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. More than 2,000 children and their parents turned Shannon Airport into a hive of excitement as they boarded the annual Santa Flights this weekend.
*Pictured at the announcement are L-R Rose Hynes, Chairman Shannon Group, Reid Moody, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer Aer Lingus, and Mary Considine, CEO Shannon Group. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. Aer Lingus’ newly to Paris and Barcelona is “a timely boost” for Shannon Airport.
*Pictured L-R Joe Carey TD, Brendan Griffin, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport with special responsibility for Tourism and Sport, Andrew Murphy, Managing Director Shannon Airport, Pat Breen, Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection and Caroline Kelleher, Director of Public Affairs, Shannon …
Securing flights from Shannon Airport to Paris plus encouraging French business to set up in the Mid-West post Brexit were among the key issues discussed between a Clare contingent and the Honorary Consul of France.
*Mme Xia Lining, Ambassaador HE Xiangdong, Mary Considine,Deputy CEO, Finance and Corporate Services Shannon Group and Andrew Murphy, Managing Director Shannon Airport. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. China’s Ambassador designate to Ireland visited Shannon Airport for the first time on Friday in what was his first tour outside of Dublin since arriving in Ireland on May 3rd.