Shannon Airport has enjoyed another month of passenger throughput in November, with four per cent more passengers using the airport compared to the same month last year, enabling it break the 100,000 mark for the month.
In all, over 101,000 passengers flew in and out of Shannon during the past month, up from over 97,000 November 2014.
Welcoming the growth, Shannon Group CEO Neil Pakey said, “We are having a very positive run in to Christmas. We had the very good news this week that Aer Lingus Regional is to start a new Edinburgh service in March and this comes on the back of another positive month for us in November.
“October was also up so we are keeping the momentum running and will, overall, have a positive 2015. This will make it three years in-a-row that we have enjoyed increases at Shannon since the airport was made independent in 2013.”