Shannon Group

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Rose Hynes, chairwoman of Ervia, recently joined the board of agri-business company, Origin Enterprises, and also chairs the Shannon Group, the State entity responsible for Shannon Airport and the region’s tourism and commercial development.

Rose Hynes, the chairwoman of Ervia, the State company that controls Irish Water, plans to resign from the role this week to focus on other commitm(...)

Demolition work at Shannon Free Zone to make way for the major development

Shannon Group has started work on a major redevelopment programme at Shannon Free Zone aimed at making it more attractive for inward investment and jo(...)

Willie Walsh, CEO of IAG: The group also said the Aer Lingus service from Knock Airport to Gatwick would be maintained. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

International Consolidated Airline’s Group’s (IAG) €1.4 billion bid for Aer Lingus includes pledges on maintaining links to Heathrow Airport and co(...)

Mary Lou McDonald said she was “deeply alarmed” by the proposal  to change to the date from which refugee bodies are subject to freedom of information legislation.  Photograph: Eric Luke

A proposal to change the date from which the records of two refugee bodies are subject to the Freedom of Information Act has drawn criticism. The prop(...)

An Aer Lingus plane passes a British Airways aircraft on the runway at London Heathrow – Aer Lingus owns 23 landing and take-off slots at the airport, worth between €770m and €925m.Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Buying a landing and take-off slot at London Heathrow Airport will cost you between €33.5 million and €40.25 million according to a recent estimate fr(...)

Almost 1.64 million people travelled through Shannon Airport last year, 17 per cent more than in 2013, when 1.4 million passengers used the hub, figures just released show.

Shannon Group chief executive Neil Pakey says “everything must be done” to ensure that the Aer Lingus service from the mid western airport to London H(...)

The new State company is working on a strategy to revive its portfolio, beginning with upgrading buildings in the Shannon Free Zone. Photograph Arthur Ellis/Press22.

More than 200 commercial properties owned by the Republic’s newest State company are empty, the Dáil Committee on Public Accounts heard yesterday. (...)

Shannon Group Chairman Rose Hynes and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton. Photo: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Shannon Airport’s recent turnaround has earned it the overall Airport Achievement Award from the European Regions Airline Association (ERA).The accola(...)

Paschal Donohoe: said the merger and establishment of the new company were the final critical steps in a process that began in 2012.

Shannon Group, the new State company that will merge the responsibilities of the airport authority and development agency, will be formally establishe(...)

Shannon Group will combine the airport authority with the property ownership and management activities of Shannon Commercial Enterprises Ltd, and Shannon Heritage and the International Aviation Services Centre.

Legislation creating a new State company to take charge of Shannon Airport and the region’s commercial zone, and improve the regime for the Republic’s(...)

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