Helping the Shannon area take flight

The dynamic Shannon Group was set up to promote aviation, boost tourism, aid businesses and stimulate growth across the region

6th October, 2019
The Shanon Free Zone, which is home to over 170 companies and employs 8,000 people Picture: Arthur Ellis

Having taken over as acting chief executive at Shannon Group last June, Clare woman Mary Considine is responsible for an organisation that has a wide footprint and is making a significant impact on the region it serves.

Shannon Group is a dynamic commercial semi-state company. Comprising Shannon Airport, Shannon Commercial Properties, the International Aviation Services Centre (IASC) and Shannon Heritage, it plays a significant role in stimulating growth across the region.

“Shannon Group was set...

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