A sculpture to an iconic day when sport transcended politics, the 2007 victory for Ireland in an...
The Irish Government has agreed to sell all but one of its shares in Aer Lingus to...
In the establishment of Ireland’s first ever community support group for an airport, the Friends of Shannon Airport (FOSA) recently met and elected officials. The founding committee of FOSA
Shannon Airport has delivered on its pledge to achieve significant passenger growth in its second year as an independent entity, with end-of-year figures for 2014 showing a 17 per cent
A bumper Christmas, with an anticipated 15 per cent increase in passenger numbers from 12 months ago, kicked off at Shannon Airport this weekend as close on 2,000 children and
Shannon Airport has recorded another month of growth after terminal passenger results for November showed a 26 per cent increase on the same month last year, up from 77,002 to
October sees Shannon’s summer season go out on a high with a 28% increase in passenger numbers on last year. Winter is also looking promising thanks to six new services
It’s official: Shannon Duty Free is to revert to its original title of Shannon Duty Free, adopted in 1947 when it became the first airport duty free shop in the
On 5th September the Shannon Group plc was established by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD. Rose Hynes, Chairman, said: “The new company will be a
Shannon Airport has welcomed Ryanair’s announcement that it is to strengthen its winter schedule with the addition of further capacity from the end of October. The airline will add a daily
Shannon Airport, in association with Bank of Ireland, is set to make history again on Friday 4th July when over 1,000 runners line up for the first ever night-run on
Shannon Airport has welcomed the announcement by Ryanair that it is to add five routes on to its winter schedule this year as another significant boost for the airport. The
Shannon Airport’s nine new European routes have delivered a dramatic month of growth, with a 140% increase in passenger numbers on continental services recorded last month compared to April 2013.
Less than 15 months after Shannon Airport was made independent, the airport will enjoy its biggest week in almost a decade in terms of new route start-ups as Ryanair launches new
Shannon Airport has stemmed a five-year decline in passenger numbers in its first year as an independent entity, passenger figures for 2013 confirm. Some 1,400,032 passengers flew through Shannon over
Shannon Airport has today welcomed another major boost for services in 2014 as Aer Lingus Regional announced 100,000 new seats across three UK routes for next year. The announcement includes