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Two new summer routes confirmed from Shannon

Shannon Airport has secured two new routes for their Summer 2023 schedule. As reported by The Clare Herald on Sunday, a new Shannon-Naples-Shannon route will begin...

Ryanair set to announce another new route from Shannon

Ryanair looks set to confirm another new route from Shannon to Italy for the 2023 summer season. The low-cost carrier already operates a service to...

Ryanair to base 3rd aircraft at Shannon – Two...

Ryanair has announced a bigger Shannon schedule for Summer’23, thanks to the addition of a 3rd based aircraft which will service 24 total routes,...

Report highlights Ryanair’s investment over 35 years

An independent report prepared by international consultants PwC shows that Ryanair is one of Ireland’s largest contributors to economic growth and development since 1985. The...

Ryanair rejects DAA’s price increase call

Ryanair has rejected the embattled Dublin Airport Authority's (DAA) application for an 88% price increase on what the airline has described as the DAA's already high airport charges at Dublin.

New Ryanair maintenance facility opens in Shannon

Ryanair has opened its first aircraft heavy maintenance facility in Ireland at Shannon Airport, delivering an investment of €10 million and creating 200 high-skill jobs in the locality, including licensed engineers, mechanics, and support staff.

Delayed Barcelona service finally takes off

The summer season has gotten off to a sizzling start today with the inaugural service to Barcelona-Girona taking off from Shannon Airport. 

200 new jobs at aircraft maintenance facility?

Shannon Airport could be set to benefit from a significant jobs boost if a deal between Shannon Group and a Scottish aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company is finalised.

New Shannon Group chair announced

The Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan, has announced his intention to appoint Mr Conal Henry to the position of Chairperson of Shannon Group.
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