McGregor fight adds to a busy summer for tour operator Sunway

Tanya Airey, the company’s managing director, told The Sunday Business Post that bookings for the fight package have been brisk

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
23rd July, 2017
Floyd Mayweather jr and Conor McGregor square up ahead of their Las Vegas encounter next month Getty

Fight fans travelling to Las Vegas to see Conor McGregor take on Floyd Mayweather jr are contributing to a busy summer for the long-established Irish tour operator Sunway.

Tanya Airey, the company’s managing director, told The Sunday Business Post that bookings for the fight package have been brisk. “The people who are going to go on a trip like that are going to book straight away, so you have to be ready to go immediately,”...

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