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Husband and wife media team, Malin and Reine Hefvelin, freelance writers for Res and TT travel magazines in Sweden, have arrived in Ireland this week via Shannon Airport, on the new SAS flight from Stockholm, to learn more about the Wild Atlantic Way as attempts intensity to highlight the Galway tourism market in Scandinavia
Tourism providers along the Wild Atlantic Way got another boost this week with the commencement by Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) of a twice weekly service between Shannon and Stockholm. The service is the first between Shannon and Sweden’s busiest airport, Stockholm Arlanda Airport, and the first between Shannon and Sweden in some 12 years.
West of Ireland travellers will benefit from new flight services between Shannon and two USA destinations on the east coast.
The iconic Wild Atlantic Way route will be a busy attraction this summer, and what better way to travel it than Bus Éireann’s extended 350 coastal service on an Open Road ticket.
This charming, cottage-style, residence is located at The Weir, Kilcolgan, a stone's throw from the famed Moran's oyster restaurant. The house is perched on an elevated, south-facing, site in a picturesque setting, overlooking an estuary at Dunbulcaun Bay between Clarinbridge and Kilcolgan, 2km west of the N18.
TELL THEM Everything, a book by the veteran Galway activist and author Margaretta D’Arcy will be launched this month in The Women’s Pop Up Playhouse as part of The Colours Free Festival.
The Manchester bombing has been condemned as “a vile atrocity” by the Galway Alliance Against War, but it added that the terrorist incident will generate more coverage than similar attacks in the Middle East, by virtue of it happening in the West.
Summer comes early to the Wild Atlantic Way with the launch of Bus Eireann’s Route 350 summer service
Bus Éireann has announced the return of its Route 350: Galway - Cliffs of Moher - Doolin – Ennis summer timetable due to popular demand.
Shannon Airport has today announced the commencement of a €15 million, 100 job project to upgrade the airport’s runway, the longest runway in Ireland at 3,199 metres (almost two miles). It means that construction will take place during specified overnight hours so as to avoid disruption to flights and to nearly residents.
Shannon Airport was in celebratory mode at the weekend as one of the world’s best known airlines, Lufthansa, commenced scheduled flights for the first time from the airport as its new Frankfurt service took off.