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Economists want end to Dublin Airport dominance

Connectivity a key area of concern

14th February, 2019

Economists from the Limerick Chamber are calling for more development of Shannon Airport and an end to Dublin Airport’s near-monopoly on air traffic growth. Dublin currently has a 96 per cent share of all new passengers coming into Ireland.

Almost 200 business people attended Limerick Chamber's first Economic Breakfast Briefing of 2019 on Monday February 11. They were told considerable growth had been achieved in the region, but connectivity is a key area of concern.

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