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Ireland West Airport has welcomed the announcement by Ryanair of two new services to Edinburgh and Manchester to commence in September 2021. Both services will initially operate twice weekly and operate on a year round basis.
Irish healthcare company, RocDoc, has opened a walk-through Covid-19 testing centre at Ireland West Airport. The facility will be located in the arrivals area of the main terminal.
Ireland West Airport will share in a €6 million addition to the Regional Airport Programme for 2021, which will bring the amount of funding to €21 million under the scheme.
The Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council has issued a clarion call for the Government to step in and ensure the future of Ireland West Airport Knock (IWAK) - which is facing into major losses this year due to the impact of Covid-19.
Ireland West Airport has welcomed the announcement of the appointment of the airport's managing director, Joe Gilmore, to the newly formed Taskforce for Aviation Recovery.
The managing director of Ireland West Airport has confrimed today that "as of Monday, March 30, airport operations will be temporarily suspended until further notice."
Ireland West Airport is delighted to announce that the Childhood Cancer Foundation, The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and Sensational Kids Charity have been selected by airport staff as its charity partners for 2020.
Much has been said over the years about what a positive impact Ireland West Airport has on the region — but now that impact has been quantified, with the revelation that it is feeding hundreds of thousands of visitors to the greater Galway region. On top of this, the airport opens this decade as a key driver of investment, located as it is on a 600-acre strategic development zone that is set to create thousands of jobs in the next ten years.
Ireland West Airport staff were delighted this week to present a cheque for €41,395 to the airport’s three staff nominated charities for 2019 – Croí, Hope House and The Jack and Jill Foundation.
Ireland West Airport last week won a National Chambers Ireland award, in collaboration with Mayo County Council, in recognition as the first airport in Ireland to adopt the Age Friendly Recognition Programme.