Shannon Airport are confident of filling the void left following Norwegian Air’s decision not to withdraw its services from Shannon, Cork and Dublin.
A continued grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft has taken €60 million out of the Mid-West economy according to Shannon Chamber who have lamented the lack of financial support provided to Shannon Airport by the Irish Government.
Shannon Airport has been dealt a setback as Norwegian Air have decided not to resume it’s transatlantic flights later this year.
Both Cork and Dublin Airports recorded increases in traffic last month while Shannon Airport went in the opposite direction.
Dublin’s dominance over Shannon Airport was further highlighted in passenger numbers for October. Shannon Airport’s figures for October show an overall five percent increase in total terminal traffic. A spokesperson for Shannon International Airport told The Clare Echo, “We expect this positive growth trend to continue as we head towards year end. We expect further…