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21 May 2008
Since 2002 Aer Lingus has increased capacity from Cork Airport by 70%
Wednesday, May 21st, 2008. Cork Airport management today welcomed the
announcement of a new Aer Lingus route from Cork to Geneva beginning in early
December. This brings to 18 the number of routes operated by the airline from
Aer Lingus will operate its new Geneva service twice weekly and the airline
also confirmed plans to extend its Faro service beyond the summer schedule,
operating until the end of November.
Kevin Cullinane, Marketing Manager, Cork Airport said “We are delighted to
welcome the addition of an Aer Lingus Geneva service to the growing number of
destinations served from Cork Airport. As Munster’s principal international
gateway to the South of Ireland, Cork Airport continues to expand its network of
destinations and growth into Europe in recent years has been led by Aer
Speaking during a visit to Cork to announce the airline’s Winter schedule,
Enda Corneille, Corporate Affairs Director, Aer Lingus, said “Today’s
announcement demonstrates our continued commitment to the Cork region and the
South of Ireland. We are delighted to extend our offering, giving
customers greater choice of destination, quality service and creating new links
in inbound tourism”.
Mr. Corneille added “Our success in Cork has been two fold, our ever
expanding customer base and the dedication and commitment of our staff. In
particular, I would like to commend Mary Purcell, Business Development Manager,
Cork, who was recently bestowed the honour of ‘Lifetime Business Achievement
Award 2008’ by Cork’s leading business women, in recognition of her dedication
and commitment to marketing Cork city and county as a place of excellence”.
Flights for the newly announced service go on sale today. Further information
and booking details are available at www.aerlingus.com <http://www.aerlingus.com>
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