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Shannon Airport ‘not getting a fair crack of the whip – PJ Ryan

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*Cllr PJ Ryan. Photograph: Gary Collins It took three attempts for PJ Ryan to win a seat on Clare County Council and at the conclusion of the weekend he is hoping to have retained that seat for the third election in a row.

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Purchase of Shannon Shamrock site by Shannon Group unlikely

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Shannon Group plc have diffused calls from elected representatives of the Shannon Municipal District to purchase the site of the Shannon Shamrock Hotel in Bunratty.

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Plans lodged for multi-million euro development at Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

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Shannon Heritage has lodged plans for a significant multi-million euro development at the internationally famous Bunratty Castle and Folk Park.

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€77.8m turnover for Shannon Group in 2018

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A fourth consecutive year of growth was recorded by Shannon Group plc in 2018.

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Matthew Thomas departing role as Shannon Group CEO

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Matthew Thomas is to step down as CEO of Shannon Group plc to take up the same position at the Ports of Jersey.

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Wild Atlantic Way rebranding of Airport won’t take off

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A Wild Atlantic Way rebranding of Shannon Airport has failed to make a splash with airport management. In response to motions raised by Cllr Paul Murphy and Cllr Pat McMahon at the January meeting of Clare County Council, Shannon Group plc Chief Executive Officer, Matthew Thomas issued a formal reply to the local authority having…

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2018 was Shannon’s busiest year this decade

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2018 was Shannon Airport busiest year this decade. Passenger numbers increased to over 1.86 million which is up 6.5 percent on last year. Overall it represents a growth of 33 percent for Shannon Airport since separating from the DAA, this upward trend has been consistent for the past six years. UK and transatlantic routes were…

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Investing in Mid-West will rebalance the country

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An investment in infrastructure is needed in the Mid-West to rebalance the country. President of Shannon Chamber, Mary Considine outlined these views when addressing the chamber’s summer lunch at Dromoland Castle where Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy T.D. was the keynote speaker. Considine noted that strong foundations for growth are evident…

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