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One hundred thousand visitors to the Galway region used Ireland West Airport Knock

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2014 promises to be another milestone year at Ireland West Airport Knock with the year ahead forecast to be the busiest ever in the airport’s history with passenger numbers expected to exceed 700,000 for the first time.

Irish foreign property investors urged to manage expectations

The recent upturn in Dublin property prices has led to a surprising increase in the numbers of Irish people considering investing in foreign property. However, international property resale consultant Extrasales is urging investors to consider all the facts first.

Hurling festival gathers sixteen teams from around the globe

Galway is gearing up for yet another festival and the first of its kind.

Airport chairman Scollan steps down after more than a decade in the role

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Ireland West Airport Knock has announced the resignation of its chairman Liam Scollan, after 11 years with the airport in various roles, including Managing Director from 2002 to 2009, and most recently Chairman of CADCO, the airport’s operating company for the past four years.

Top American travel agents check out Co Westmeath

A group of top travel agents from across the US visited Co Westmeath over the weekend, as guests of Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland, in conjunction with American Airlines and Aer Lingus.

Top American travel agents check out Mayo

A group of top travel agents from across the US visited Co Mayo last week, as guests of Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland, in conjunction with American Airlines and Aer Lingus.

Marketing blitz may boost tourism trade

A new €9 million international tourism marketing initiative will reach a worldwide audience of 20 million people and should help to significantly boost visitor numbers to Kilkenny, according to Kilkenny Fine Gael deputy John Paul Phelan.

New lean green look for Aer Arann

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Aer Arann, Ireland’s regional airline last week announced details of its new brand and corporate identity - Aer Arann Regional.

Galway hurling set to fly

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Galway hurling has secured a sponsorship deal with Aer Lingus for three years - the first of its kind for the national carrier.

Aer Arann start search for new MD

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West of Ireland-based airline Aer Arann has begun its search for a new managing director to succeed Garry Cullen who is to retire later this year after fulfilling a two-year-contract.

 

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