A joint submission from Chambers of Commerce in the West of Ireland has been submitted to the Transport Minister seeking urgent intervention from the Government regarding Shannon Airport.
Comments attributed to me as reported on in The Clare Echo on or about 30th July 2020 may have been viewed as totally unjustified criticism of Ms Rose Hynes in her capacity as Chairperson of Shannon Group plc.
Rose Hynes’ tenure as Chairperson of Shannon Group has concluded with US based Kathryn O’Leary Higgins also departing the Board.
A representative of Shannon Group is to appear before the Oireachtas COVID-19 committee later this month.
Further calls have been made for Rose Hynes to resign as Chairperson of Shannon Group.
A second Clare TD has called for the management of Shannon Group to step down.
*Andrew Murphy (centre) pictured with Brendan Griffin and Pat Breen. Managing Director of Shannon Airport, Andrew Murphy is to leave…
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Clare’s Economic Taskforce held its inaugural meeting on Friday while concern has expressed that no individuals representing North or West Clare have been included on the group.
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.