Re: Re: Airports; how many state subsidised airports are required in Ireland
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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.
Sorry to hear that Vikid.
Our airports are hugely vital to our local economies. Cork has been crying out for x-Atlantic flights for a very long time, but the change in direction by Aer Lingus will have wider connotations for all of the regions in time.
Does anyone get the sense that Aer Lingus are testing the ground before making a much graver announcement about the cessation of x-Atlantic flights.