*Rose Hynes. Photograph: Don Moloney / Press 22 Rose Hynes’ one year extension as Chairman of Shannon Group may well be her final year in charge of the semi-state company.
*Cllr Gerry Flynn. Photograph: Eamon Ward An elected representative in Clare received correspondence from the Chairperson of Shannon Group outlining their disappointment with ongoing critical comments regarding Shannon Airport.
*Pictured L-R, on the apron at Shannon Airport after viewing construction of the new hangar, Dr Michael Harrty TD, Mary Considine, CEO Shannon Group, Minister Shane Ross, Rose Hynes, Chairman Shannon Group and Ray O’Driscoll, Chief Operating Officer Shannon Group. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. Transport Minister Shane Ross is adamant Shannon Airport ‘will emerge from its…
*Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Ennis in April. Photograph: Martin Connolly Greater investment into Shannon Airport can not come at the expense of Cork and Knock, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar recently told the Dáil while the Chamber also heard a call from Deputy Timmy Dooley for Chairperson of Shannon Group, Rose Hynes to be replaced.
Public faith in the board of Shannon Group has been lost and Shannon Airport is at risk of falling behind Knock Airport, elected representatives declared this week.
Lissycasey native, Mary Considine has been given a seven year term as the new Chief Executive of Shannon Group.
*First Lady Melania Trump with Shannon Group Chairman Rose Hynes at Shannon Airport. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. Rose Hynes’ one year extension as Chairperson of the Shannon Group was granted to provide continuity within the commercial semi-state company, The Clare Echo has learned.
US Vice President, Mike Pence said he was ‘privileged and honoured’ to be back in Ireland for the first time in six years.
A review in the make up of Shannon Group’s PLC has been sought by elected representatives in Co Clare.
*Shannon Group Chairman, Rose Hynes and Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan TD (right) with US President Donald Trump and US First Lady Melania Trump before boarding Air Force One in Shannon Airport after their visit to Ireland. Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media Donald Trump’s three day hybrid visit to Co Clare has ended with the…