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When Fionn Mac Cumhaill, the Irish mythical hero, suddenly became the sole benefactor of all the wisdom of the world by virtue of being the first to taste the salmon of knowledge he unwittingly deprived his boss of a hard-earned prize. Fionn, who was requested to cook the fish for supper, burnt his finger while cooking the salmon and put his thumb in his mouth to cool the flesh.
Aer Arann Regional flights between Galway Airport and London Southend, London Luton, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Waterford have been suspended.
Aer Arann, Ireland’s regional airline last week announced details of its new brand and corporate identity - Aer Arann Regional.
The south-east’s business and tourism sectors received a welcome boost this week when Aer Arann’s first flight to London Southend took to the skies from Waterford Airport.
Fáilte Ireland has announced the establishment of Fáilte West, its new tourism development forum for the region which met for its inaugural meeting in Galway last week.
Fáilte Ireland has announced the establishment of Fáilte West, its new tourism development forum for the region. This announcement comes as the group met for their inaugural meeting at the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit, Galway last week. Fáilte West will be responsible for spearheading and overseeing a three-year development agenda for tourism in the region with the active support of the Fáilte Ireland organisation.
There seems to be light at the end of the tunnel for Aer Arann as UK logistics group Stobart announced it will be investing €2.5 million for the airline to operate flights to London Southend Airport.
The news that came out of the High Court yesterday afternoon that there is a reasonable chance of Aer Arann surviving is one that should be welcomed most especially here in the west. Our local airport is dependent on Aer Arann for giving us the type of connectivity to the major UK and Irish cities that a major city like Galway needs.
Aer Arann has a “reasonable prospect of survival” and could return to profitability by next year, the High Court was told at a hearing held yesterday (Wednesday) to determine the airline’s examinership status.
It will be business as usual, for the time being, at Galway Airport while embattled regional airline Aer Arann, which recently applied for voluntary examinership, attempts to implement a survival plan, according to airport management.