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The sun was finally shining and the birds were singing their morning song when the Skywhale took its maiden voyage over the city of Galway today, giving some commuters, early-morning risers, and even a few cows an unexpected surprise.
Damien Larkin from Craughwell AC grabbed his second win on the trot in the penultimate race of the Galway 6km series.
John Greaney and Regina Casey, both Galway City Harriers, were the winners of the third race of the 5km series in Craughwell.
Consulting the public, the business community, and employers will be the only reliable guide to potential future uses of Galway Airport and to ensuring that aviation services on the site are protected.
Enhancing accessibility, the need for ring roads such as the Galway Outer Bypass, and the future capacity of our transport network are just some of the issues to affect future transport investment decisions.
County councillors have called for the future possibilities of the Galway Airport site at Carnmore to include a major recreational facility which would on par with those available in other cities.
The former Galway Airport site may soon be open for business again with negotiations ongoing by the Galway City Council, Galway County Council, and Carnmore Aviation Ltd.
Galway Airport may reopen in the near future as discussions regarding the operation of a service there are ongoing between the county’s two local authorities and a Galway-based company.
The Galway City Council is to join up with six other local authorities in examining an investment opportunity in Ireland West Airport Knock in the hopes that increased passenger numbers will lead to further development of business and tourism throughout the county.
Some people will go to great heights for a good shave, especially JP Randles of the Galway Flying Club who sacrificed his crowning glory last Friday, May 23, while flying in a Cessna 172 one mile high over Galway city to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society.