Thursday February 20, 2020

Cork: Cork Airport aims to take flight

Transport hub plans to build on promising passenger numbers, writes Graham Clifford.

29th June, 2014
Niall McCarthy, director of Cork Airport, and airport staff celebrating the airport placing first for overall customer satisfaction in a worldwide poll. Picture: John Sheehan Photography

Management at Cork Airport are implementing plans to make the air hub more attractive to passengers, both inbound and outbound.

“Cork Airport has significant strengths from an operational perspective,” said Niall MacCarthy, the airport’s director.

“It has a modern terminal infrastructure, a loyal and supportive catchment area with strong regional economic fundamentals, operationally it is very well-run with world leading passenger satisfaction levels and high levels of on-time departure for airlines...

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