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2016 busiest ever year at Ireland West Airport as passenger numbers soar to over 730,000 for the first time

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2016 has proven to be a record breaking year at Ireland West Airport with passenger numbers exceeding 730,000 for the first time in the airports 31 year history. In 2016, the annual number of passengers using the airport increased by 7% to 734,031, an increase of 48,563 passengers compared to 2015. The Airport now serves 23 International destinations and is served by three of Europes major International airlines, Aer Lingus, Flybe and Ryanair.

2016 busiest ever year at Ireland West Airport as passenger numbers soar to over 730,000 for the first time

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2016 has proven to be a record breaking year at Ireland West Airport with passenger numbers exceeding 730,000 for the first time in the airports 31 year history. In 2016, the annual number of passengers using the airport increased by 7% to 734,031, an increase of 48,563 passengers compared to 2015. The Airport now serves 23 International destinations and is served by three of Europes major International airlines, Aer Lingus, Flybe and Ryanair.

Passenger numbers soar to over 730,000 at IWAK

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2016 has proven to be a record breaking year at Ireland West Airport with passenger numbers exceeding 730,000 for the first time in the airports 31 year history. In 2016, the annual number of passengers using the airport increased by seven per cent to 734,031, an increase of 48,563 passengers compared to 2015. The Airport now serves 23 International destinations and is served by three of Europes major International airlines, Aer Lingus, Flybe and Ryanair.

IWAK staff raise over €30K for three Irish charities

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Ireland West Airport staff were delighted last week to present a cheque for €30,550 to the airport's three nominated charities for 2016 — Cancer Care West, MS Ireland, and Pieta House. In late 2015, in an initiative by the airport, Ireland West Airport staff voted to select three Irish charities for the inaugural Ireland West Airport Charity of The Year programme for 2016. 

Ireland West Airport staff raise €30,000 for three charities

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Ireland West Airport staff were delighted last week to present a cheque for €30,550 to the airport’s three nominated charities for 2016 - Cancer Care West, MS Ireland and Pieta House . In late 2015, in a new initiative by the airport, Ireland West Airport staff voted to select three Irish charities for the inaugural Ireland West Airport Charity of The Year programme for 2016.

Ireland West Airport to welcome almost 30,000 passengers over Christmas period

Ireland West Airport is expecting to have its busiest Christmas period in the airport’s 30 year history as thousands of people make their way home for Christmas to the West and North West. Over the Christmas period the airport is expected to handle close to 30,000 passengers, making it the busiest Christmas period in the Airports history with traffic expected to be up by almost 10% compared to last Christmas.

Galway to benefit from new Visitor Discovery Centre at Ireland West Airport

Galway tourism is set to benefit from the development of a modern Visitor Discovery Centre being built at Ireland West Airport Knock which will highlight all of the attractions in the west.

Ireland West Airport saw summer passenger numbers rise by fourteen per cent

Ireland West Airport enjoyed a 14 per cent increase in passenger numbers during the summer period, with more than 360,000 passengers using the airport between June and October. The airport is on track to record the busiest year in its 30 year history, with annual passenger numbers set to exceed 720,000 for the first time in 2016.

Ireland West Airport figures expected to pass 720,000 customers for year

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Ireland West Airport enjoyed a 14 per cent increase in passenger numbers during the summer period with over 360,000 passengers using the airport between June and October. The airport is on track to record the busiest year in the airport’s 30-year history with annual passenger numbers set to exceed 720,000 for the first time.

Tourism Ireland partners with Flybe and IWAK to increase tourist numbers to the west

Tourism Ireland has teamed up with Flybe and Ireland West Airport Knock, to promote flights to Knock from Manchester, Birmingham, and Edinburgh and grow tourist numbers to the west of Ireland this autumn. The joint campaign will run in Britain during August and September.

 

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