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For anyone already starting to make plans for summer sun, Ireland West Airport Knock has launched its summer 2015 schedule.
Ireland West Airport Knock experienced the busiest month of October in their 28 year history with more than 62,000 passengers passing through the airport last month.
Ireland West Airport Knock experienced the second busiest month in its 28 year history in August with over 85,000 passengers passing through the airport last month.
Frame Productions, in association with Mayo Women's Support Services and the Mayo Rape Crisis Centre, has launched a Fund It campaign to produce a series of videos aimed at raising awareness of domest
Ireland West Airport Knock experienced a major increase in passengers travelling on flights to and from the airport in July.
Shannon Airport’s passenger numbers have turned a significant corner, with figures for June showing an eight per cent increase on the same month last year.
Notwithstanding massive challenges within the aviation industry in the last twelve months, Ireland West Airport Knock’s latest traffic figures prove that 2012 was its busiest year in its 26- year history. In 2012, the annual number of passengers using Ireland West Knock increased by over 30,000 to 685,000 - an increase of 5 per cent on 2011 numbers. The Airport now serves over 25 International destinations and is served by five of Europes biggest airlines.
Another prestigious name has been entered into the Umbro Galway Cup, which takes place next week. Malaga CF will be the first Spanish team to compete in the tournament.
A Galway resident has had €35,050 confiscated and forfeited to the State after a Dublin Circuit Criminal Court judge ruled it represented the proceeds of crime.
Jim Higgins MEP this week pleaded with the powers that be in the emergency services to begin emblazoning the 112 emergency number on the side of Garda cars, ambulances, and fire engines. Speaking in Strasbourg where he was discussing the EU 112 Day which took place last Friday, he noted Ireland’s poor showing in the euro barometer results on awareness of the EU’s 112 number.
The shop window is full of old LPs of Elvis Presley, Gene Vincent and other fifties rockers. Inside there are a couple of motorbikes, a wall covered in army caps and helmets, and two tailor’s dummies dressed in full military uniforms. Is it a small museum or antique shop?