Shannon Airport, Ireland has a busy winter ahead of themselves as they gear up for over 200 extra flights being added during this period.
Between October 29, 2023 to March 30, 2024, there will be 188 weekly flights on offer, with an additional 200 being utilised for busy periods across October, Christmas and Easter 2024.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Shannon Airport in Ireland Has A Busy Winter Ahead…
Commenting on the busy winter ahead for Shannon Airport, Ireland was their CEO Mary Considine:
“This year we are offering an array of winter services to our passengers including the return of the popular services to Turin for a fantastic skiing holiday and Gran Canaria to soak up the winter sun.”
“Our 22 destinations also have additional frequencies during school terms to accommodate families looking for those winter breaks.”
“This not only shows the anticipated demand for winter travel but also reflects the successful summer we had this year at Shannon Airport.”
In the airline’s statement on this, they also said the following in terms of destination choice:
“Those looking for much needed sunshine during the cooler months, can choose from destinations including Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Malaga, and Alicante.”
“While family, friends and couples looking for a city break can choose multiple weekly frequencies to London, Edinburgh, Budapest, Turin, Wroclaw, Krakow, and Kaunas.”
“Passengers will also have the choice to fly to Paris Charles de Gaulle with Aer Lingus, Shannon Airport’s newest service. This year’s schedule also boasts daily transatlantic flights to New York (JFK) and Boston.”
Overall, all eyes will be on the airport to see how overall performance goes on this front.
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