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Galway Airport questions An Bord Snip recommendations

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Galway airport management have said they are hugely concerned by An Bord Snip recommendations that all support, amounting to €17million, to Ireland’s six regional airports and regional air services is cut by 2011.

IWAK chief calls for Government assessment of all regional airports

Chairman of Ireland West Airport Liam Scollan has hit out at proposals in the McCarthy Report which he says fails to put the spotlight on the considerable level of State largesse provided to the State’s own regional airports, Cork and Shannon, and focuses instead on the much less significant funding interventions made to the so-called “regional airports” (Waterford, Kerry, Galway, IWA Knock, Sligo and Donegal).

IWAK chief calls for Government assessment of all regional airports in light of McCarthy proposals

Chairman of Ireland West Airport Liam Scollan has hit out at proposals in the McCarthy Report which he says fails to put the spotlight on the considerable level of State largesse provided to the State’s own regional airports, Cork and Shannon, and focuses instead on the much less significant funding interventions made to the so-called “regional airports” (Waterford, Kerry, Galway, IWA Knock, Sligo and Donegal). Mr Scollan has also argued that the report supports the status quo which sees the State airports cushioned by taxpayer handouts and by imposed levy payments from competing independent airports, thereby ensuring that an inefficient, inequitable and ultimately taxpayer-supported aviation system will continue.

One in five car parking spaces too tight

A nationwide survey of public car parking spaces carried out by tyre-maker Semperit has highlighted a significant number that are narrower than the recommended guidelines.

Aer Arann launches investigation into Manchester incident

Aer Arann has launched an investigation into an incident at Manchester Airport yesterday in which the propeller of one of its aircraft was damaged when it hit a docking guidance as it was parking.

Gobus joins the Free Travel Scheme

Gobus, the transport company owned by Galway businessman, Jim Burke, have this week, been granted approval by the Department of Family and Social Affairs to accept the Free Travel Pass from commuters travelling on their non-stop service between Galway and Dublin and Dublin Airport.

 

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