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Shannon Airport passenger numbers rise by 4% in first half

The airport reported a 9% rise in the numbers using its UK services

1st August, 2016
Passenger numbers at the airport rose by 4% in the first half Pic: RollingNews.ie

Shannon Airport said passenger numbers rose by four per cent to 791,155 in the first half of the year, boosted by a nine per cent increase in the numbers flying to and from the UK.

Its latest passenger traffic figures showed the number of people using its UK services rose to 362,242 from the first half of 2015 while US passenger traffic also increased by five per cent.

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