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Shannon Group makes positive start as first annual report shows all units of business achieving progress

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Shannon Group plc has delivered significant progress on key objectives set for 2014 and is now embarking on a programme to

Shannon Airport turnaround accelerates in 2014 with 17 per cent growth in passenger numbers

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Shannon Airport has delivered on its pledge to achieve significant passenger growth in its second year as an independent entity, with end of year figures for 2014 showing a 17 per cent increase on 2013.

Feel like flying away?

For any adventurous Mayo people now is your chance to work for the sixth largest airline in the world as Emirates Airlines is recruiting up to 4,000 staff in order to fill cabin crew positions in Ireland and Britain.

Ryanair levy is 'un-fare' to passengers - Higgins

Jim Higgins MEP, a member of the European Parliament's Transport Committee, has expressed disappointment at Ryanair's decision to impose an additional €2 levy on customers, which the airline has said is a means of recouping revenue lost due to travel disruption caused by heavy winter snow.

One bag carry-on policy will not fly, says Higgins

Jim Higgins MEP has asked the European Commission to examine a low cost airline policy which is having an adverse affect. “Some low cost carriers restrict each passenger to just one carry-on item or else they face a fine. It is an issue of huge concern for the entire duty free and travel retail industry with obvious consequences for sales at airports,” said Mr Higgins. 

Hoteliers urge Government to abolish departure tax

Kilkenny hoteliers have called on the Government to get rid of the €10 departure tax in order to reverse the disastrous decline in visitor numbers which continues unabated.

Airlines are out of step with musicians - Higgins

Jim Higgins, Fine Gael MEP for the North West, has condemned the European-wide lack of regulations regarding the transportation of musical instruments and the abuse of airlines’ position of power on the transport of the instruments. "Recent rules from airlines regarding hand luggage have been imposed with mixed intentions of greater efficiency on flights but also the emphasis is on financial gain to the airlines concerned. However, gross abuse of the position they hold in relation to carry-on baggage can not be tolerated," Mr Higgins stated.

Ryanair and Aer Lingus anger over compensation bill

The country’s two biggest airlines Ryanair and Aer Lingus are to clash with Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) over a compensation bill of €1 million after the radar debacel in Dublin Airport earlier in the month.

Delta reports loss of $1.04 billion

The worldwide economic downturn and rising cost of fuel hit Delta Airlines which is reporting losses of $1.04 billion for its second quarter.

How to ensure your holiday booking is secure

Evelyn Byrne, owner of Castle Travel Worldchoice, says don’t believe the hype – if you book your holiday with a licensed operator you’ll be looked after whatever happens - and your money will be safe. DIY holidays are another matter though.

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