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Changes to aviation policy can salvage Shannon Airport – reaction to closure of Ryanair’s winter base

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Operations at Shannon Airport can be salvaged by changes to the Government’s testing and aviation policy according to one Clare TD while mixed reactions have ensued following confirmation that Ryanair will close its base at Shannon and Cork Airport for the winter.

A look at Clare’s hospitality industry: why our first-hit sector needs safeguarding

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THE hospitality industry in Clare creates 12,000 jobs and generates €266 million for the economy every year. Within just a few weeks we’ve seen its revenues plummet by up to 100 per cent – a development which will have a lasting impact on all our lives unless emergency measures are implemented now.

Shannon Springs Hotel thankful of public support as it serves up Gastro takeaway service

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THE Old Lodge Gastro Pub at Shannon Springs Hotel is proving to be a hit with locals as it is offering a gastro food takeaway menu throughout the Covid-19 crisis. The 4-star Shannon Springs Hotel is currently the only operational hotel in the county and its owners have moved to thank the public for their …

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Shannon Springs Hotel scoops Irish ‘Airport Hotel of the Year’

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Shannon Springs Hotel in Shannon has been voted number 1 “Airport Hotel of the Year” in Ireland at the Irish Hotel Awards 2019. Owners/Directors Dermot Kelly & John Gavin said their goal when setting up the Shannon Springs Hotel was to provide a friendly, courteous and customer-oriented hotel, displaying high levels of quality and service …

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Former Meelick Direct Provision resident wins national culinary award

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A former resident of the Knockalisheen Direct Provision Centre in Meelick has won a gold medal in the prestigious Chef Ireland competition. Bangaly Doumbouya collected his latest accolade while juggling a full-time course as a Culinary Arts students at the Limerick Institute of Technology. He has also worked at Clare hotels including Dromoland Castle and …

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