Irish Continental carries fewer passengers

Irish Continental Group carried 1.5 per cent fewer passengers in the year to date while car volumes fell 5.5 per cent.

14th May, 2013
ICG: passengers fall

Irish Continental Group carried 1.5 per cent fewer passengers in the year to date while car volumes fell 5.5 per cent.

In the period to 11 May 2013, Irish Ferries carried 418,100 passengers and 85,000 cars.

The early Easter was a contributory factor in the reduction in passenger and car traffic, the company said.

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