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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Shannon Airport is to resume passenger flights next week

Starting from next Wednesday, Shannon Airport will resume its flights for passengers.

The airport has been redesigned to allow Covid-19 procedures to be put in place, this means that only passengers will be allowed to access to terminal building.

As well as this, multiple sanitiser dispensers have been put in place along with glass screens that will be stationed at customer facing areas.

Sixteen Ryanair services to the UK, Spain, Poland and Austria will recommence.


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