Ireland’s first national aviation policy
‘Aviation matters. It matters to the Irish economy, it matters to consumers, and it matters to this government.” So said Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe, at the launch of Ireland’s first national aviation policy in August of this year.
The aviation sector employs 26,000 people directly, with a further 16,000 indirect jobs, and contributes over €4 billion to the Irish economy.
Donohoe said: “The tourism industry is also heavily reliant on aviation and...
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