Re: Re: Airports; how many state subsidised airports are required in Ireland
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over exaggerated it is not. This is not a Clare/Limerick thing or about propping up SNN. People are complaining all along the West Coast. A job I was supposed to interview for today which would have involved a lot of travel, i’ve just been informed is on indefinite hold due to this. I’m currently unemployed as my job was moved to Dublin primarily because of better access to Europe where the company HQ is located. Dromoland Castle and Doonbeg Golf Course have just put on hold up to 75 million expansion plans on hold. This is very serious for the West Coast. It might not affect you but over exaggerated it it not.
The two projects put on hold are a publicity thing as far as I’m concerned. What’s wrong with you flying to Gatwick for your job instead of Heathrow. If it’s London related it’s just as quick, if you’re flying to Europe or transatlantic there’s loads of connections. In the end Aer Lingus will cave slightly and we could see flights from Shannon that stopover in Dublin on way to Heathrow.