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Kerry Airport hopes for conference take-off

31st May, 2015
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Basil Sheerin, Kerry Airport; Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport; Carol O'Donoghue, Kerry Airport; and Niall GIbbons, Tourism IrelandRobbie Reynolds

An international aviation conference taking place in Killarney this week is expected to generate revenues of €750,000 for the local economy, according to organiser Kerry Airport.

The airport will host 450 representatives from 50 airlines and 150 airports worldwide for three days from Wednesday, with the aim of increasing the number of tourists flying into the Farranfore facility from overseas.

Kerry Airport will be the first Irish airport to host the Connect Aviation Conference. Speakers will include WestJet’s...

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