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28th September, 2020

Overseas travel to and from Ireland increased in August, figures from the Central Statistics Office show. There were a total of 362,600 overseas arrivals and 328,200 overseas departures in August. This compares with 227,300 arrivals and 275,400 departures in the previous month, increases of 59.5 per cent and 19.2 per cent respectively. The figures show that of the 362,600 people arriving in Ireland last month, 85.9 per cent arrived by air and 14.1 per cent arrived by sea.

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