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Are Galway Airport’s days numbered?

Galway Airport’s future is in serious doubt following the double blow this week of Aer Arann suspending its winter flights from Carnmore and the Government’s decision to cease its funding.

Are Galway Airport’s days numbered?

Galway Airport’s future is in serious doubt following the double blow this week of Aer Arann suspending its winter flights from Carnmore and the Government’s decision to cease its funding.

New lean green look for Aer Arann

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Aer Arann, Ireland’s regional airline last week announced details of its new brand and corporate identity - Aer Arann Regional.

First Aer Arann flight to London Southend takes to the skies from Waterford

The south-east’s business and tourism sectors received a welcome boost this week when Aer Arann’s first flight to London Southend took to the skies from Waterford Airport.

High Court told Aer Arann has ‘reasonable prospect of survival’

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Aer Arann has a “reasonable prospect of survival” and could return to profitability by next year, the High Court was told at a hearing held yesterday (Wednesday) to determine the airline’s examinership status.

New road cuts up to twenty minutes off journey to Waterford Airport

Waterford Airport has welcomed the official opening of the new Danesfort to Waterford section of the M9 which makes the regional airport more easily accessible than ever from Kilkenny.

New era for Aer Arann as Schütz takes over

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Aer Arann entered an exciting new era last week when its new chief executive took over at the helm of the Galway-based carrier.

Local business group fights back against the downturn

Recent publicity surrounding job losses and closures throughout the county at NN Euroball, Galmoy Mines and most recently Denber Forestry Services, among others, have prompted a local business group to put what they term ‘fighting back against the downturn’ firmly on the local agenda for 2009.

 

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