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10 01, 2013

Press Release – 10th January 2013

By |January 10th, 2013|Press|Comments Off on Press Release – 10th January 2013|

Leading Irish Tour Operator Sunway launches new Majorca Sun Holiday Programme from Kerry Airport

Fly to Majorca from Kerry Airport with Sunway Holiday

KERRY Airport will point in the direction of the sun this summer when Ireland’s largest 100% Irish owned Tour Operator, Sunway Holidays commences a new charter holiday flight series from Kerry to Palma-Majorca commencing on Thursday 27th June 2013.

 

Daytime flights will operate on a weekly basis on Thursdays until the 22nd August 2013, departing Kerry at 1630hrs and arriving at Palma at 2010hrs while the returns flights leave Majorca at 1345hrs and arrive into Kerry at 1540hrs (subject to change).


Welcoming the news Denis Cregan, Chairman of Kerry Airport said:
“Great holidays start at Kerry Airport. We are delighted to see the return of holiday-packages direct from Kerry to Majorca and particularly look forward to working with our new partners Sunway Holidays. Majorca has been very popular in the past among the Kerry holiday makers and together with our competitive car-park rates, our efficient handling of aircraft and baggage and our friendly staff we look forward to offering holiday-makers the ideal send-off to the sun in 2013.”

Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and lies in the Mediterranean sea off the south east coast of mainland Spain. Majorca offers a mixture of golden sandy beaches, mountain scenery, olive groves, hectic nightlife, golf and undiscovered villages just waiting to be explored.   Sunway is offering 7 nights in Santa Ponsa from €499 and a family holiday for 2 adults and 2 children under 12 starts from €1869. Both holidays are on a self catering basis including flights, free 20kg baggage allowance and all taxes.

Commenting on the news, Tanya Airey, Managing Director Sunway said: ‘Sunway is delighted to operate to Majorca from Kerry for the 2013 season.  We are proud to be a 100% family owned business which has been operating quality holidays at great prices for almost 50 years. We understand what the Irish holidaymaker wants in a holiday and hope that people in the west of Ireland will enjoy the exciting programme of holiday options which Sunway offers’

About Majorca
Each region of Majorca has its own particular appeal, offering its own unique characteristics and attractions to suit all tastes and preferences – the northeast for history, the east coast for beaches and caves, the north and west for spectacular mountains and picture postcard villages. If you are a shopping enthusiast then a day trip to the capital Palma is a must. Palma comes as a surprise to many people – it is stylish, sophisticated, intimate yet bursting with life. Half of Majorca’s population lives here, enjoying the island’s best restaurants, shops and nightlife as well as a thriving arts scene and lively cafés. The chic restaurants, luxury hotels and fine sandy beaches attract celebrities and jet setters from all corners of the globe. Whether you’re after lazy days, romantic evenings or a hectic nightlife, Majorca has it all.

For availability and prices on packages from Kerry Airport please phone Sunway on 01-2886828 or visit www.sunway.ie or contact your local travel agent.

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For further MEDIA information contact:

Kerry Airport

John Drummey

Communications

T: +353-87-7909487

E: info@johndrummey.ie

 

Sunway Holidays

Fiona Bolger

T: +353 86 8211030

E: fiona@fionabolger.com

20 05, 2012

Champagne reception at Kerry Airport to welcome back Aer Arann Manchester flight

By |May 20th, 2012|Press|Comments Off on Champagne reception at Kerry Airport to welcome back Aer Arann Manchester flight|

Kerry Airport was once again the toast of the Kingdom today when Aer Arann celebrated the re-launch of its service to Manchester.

Basil Sheerin, spokesperson for Kerry Airport said: “We greatly welcome Aer Arann’s decision to re-introduce the air link between Kerry and Manchester which has a proven record of being profitable with satisfactory passenger loads and revenue. The new service has the potential to greatly increase tourism income for the county and it is another vote of confidence in both Kerry Airport and Kerry as a gateway. This will have a positive economic impact on a range of sectors in the southwest region.”
Aer Arann announced the return of the route in March this year and since then booking figures have been excellent indicating the demand for the service throughout Kerry and the surrounding areas.

Beginning today, the flights will operate four days a week arriving into Kerry at 1310 hours and departing at 1330 hours on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Full details are available from www.kerryairport.ie/timetable.

The CEO of Aer Arann, Mr Paul Schütz who attended a champagne reception to mark the return of the route, said: “We are delighted to have our Kerry customers back on board with us from today. Initial support for the route has been excellent which we sincerely hope will continue. We look forward to re-building our presence in the south west region over the coming months.

Manchester Airport is a major hub for global air travellers. It offers a choice of further destinations for passengers departing from Kerry as well as a gateway to the southwest of Ireland for passengers from the UK and beyond.

Flights to Manchester from Kerry with Aer Arann start from €39 one way including taxes. Aer Arann offers all onward connecting passengers the same baggage allowance as their connecting carrier upon proof of full itinerary and baggage allowance at check in. For further information and to make a booking visit www.AerArann.com.

This brings to seven the number of air-routes currently available from Kerry Airport. There are direct flights to Manchester with Aer Arann and to Dublin, London Stansted, London Luton, Frankfurt-Hahn, Alicante and Faro with Ryanair. A new Ryanair route between Kerry and Dusselforf-Weeze will commence on July 1st. Kerry Airport is ideally located for anyone wishing to travel on business or pleasure while providing ample and great value parking and a friendly service.

Issued by John Drummey Communications on behalf of Kerry Airport
For further information, interview requests or images please contact John Drummey on +353-87-7909487 and info@JohnDrummey.ie.

Photo images are available to the press free of charge from Domnick Walsh Photography –domnickwalsh@eircom.net.

3 11, 2011

AER ARANN’S KERRY-DUBLIN SERVICE TAKES OFF

By |November 3rd, 2011|Press|Comments Off on AER ARANN’S KERRY-DUBLIN SERVICE TAKES OFF|

(Image courtesy of www.osheaphotography.com)

Thursday, 3rd November 2011

Kerry’s business and tourism received a welcome boost today as Aer Arann Regional’s first flights from Kerry to Dublin took to the skies from Kerry Airport.
From today, Aer Arann will fly twice a day from Kerry to Dublin offering both business and leisure travellers the opportunity to spend a full business day in Dublin or the ability to connect to UK, European and global services from Dublin Airport.

To mark the occasion, passengers travelling on the first flights from Kerry and Dublin Airports enjoyed complimentary refreshments in the departure areas prior to boarding.
Aer Arann Chairman, Padraig O’Ceidigh, who was in Kerry Airport for the launch, remarked,The Kerry Dublin route is a fundamental part of the infrastructure that is required to promote economic recovery and sustainable growth in the years ahead and this is reflected in the fact that the Government has continued to designate this as a Public Service Obligation Route.

We all recognise the vital importance of regional air connectivity in general and the key role that this air link to Dublin provides for business, tourism and leisure travel. This was one of the most successful routes in the Aer Arann network and we will work very hard with our partners in Kerry Airport to make it a success again, he continued.

Welcoming the return of the service, Kerry Airport Chairman Denis Cregan said, Kerry Airport is delighted to support Aer Arann’s Kerry-Dublin service which is vital for Kerry’s tourism industry and economic development.

Passengers will be able to take advantage of the conveniently timed flights to and from the capital which are ideal for both the business and leisure passengers and we look forward to welcoming Aer Arann passengers through Kerry Airport today and long into the future, he continued.

Representatives from Kerry’s business and tourism sectors were at Kerry Airport today to show their support for the Aer Arann Regional service including the Mayor of Kerry Cllr. Tim Buckley, County Manager Tom Curran, as well as members of the Oireachtas and Killarney and Tralee Chambers of Commerce.

Flights on the Kerry-Dublin service will be operated by an Aer Arann ATR 42 aircraft with 48 seats. Return flights from Kerry to Dublin start from E70 including taxes and are available for booking on www.AerArann.com.

30 08, 2011

Kerry Airport welcomes early November date for start of new Dublin-Kerry flights

By |August 30th, 2011|Press|Comments Off on Kerry Airport welcomes early November date for start of new Dublin-Kerry flights|

CHRISTMAS will come early for the business and tourism sectors in the Kingdom with the announcement from Kerry Airport that the new Aer Arann route between Kerry & Dublin will commence on November 3rd.

Kerry Airport Chairman Denis Cregan said: The new schedule will provide an early morning and lunchtime flight to Dublin with a mid-morning and early evening return to Kerry. Passengers will be again be afforded the opportunity to conduct a day’s business (or Christmas shopping) in Dublin while encouraging visitors to Kerry to enjoy some retail therapy or some relaxation here. The Kerry departure timings are best suited for connection with mid-morning USA-bound flights, while the arrival times into Kerry will add to the appeal of the county as a tourism destination for international passengers through Dublin.

Mr Cregan added that passengers will ultimately benefit from Aer Arann?s familiarity of the route having previously successfully operated it from 2002 to 2008 while the re-introduction of the PSO was a major positive step for both Kerry Airport and the county. Aer Arann will depart from Kerry at 7.30am & 12.30pm Monday to Saturday and 9.00am on Sundays with return flights at 11.10am and 7.00pm daily. Bookings for inbound and outbound flights between Dublin and Kerry can now be made at www.aerarann.com with fares from E39.99 including taxes and charges. Kerry Airport is ideally located for anyone wishing to travel on business or pleasure with direct flights to seven destinations including: London Stansted, London Luton, Frankfurt-Hahn, Alicante & Faro with Ryanair and to Dublin and Manchester with Aer Arann. Parking charges at Kerry Airport are cheaper than other airports. It only costs E35 to park a car at Kerry Airport for eight days compared to E49 for seven days in other airports and there are over 660 car park spaces available at Kerry Airport.

Ends Issued by John Drummey Communications on behalf of Kerry Airport.

For further information please contact John Drummey on +353-87-7909487 and info@JohnDrummey.ie.

22 03, 2011

Super summer sunshine in Spain and Portugal with Kerry Airport and Ryanair

By |March 22nd, 2011|Press|Comments Off on Super summer sunshine in Spain and Portugal with Kerry Airport and Ryanair|

KERRY Airport will become a major hive activity for sun-worshippers again this summer when Ryanair commences the highly successful routes to Alicante and Faro from as little as €40.99 one-way.


Noel Ryan at Kerry Airport said: “The bookings have been very encouraging from an early stage as passengers realise the convenience of beginning their sun holiday at Kerry Airport. Faro and Alicante are excellent sun destinations for the perfect family holiday, activity break, romantic getaway or city break.”

From March 28th, flights to Portugal’s spectacular Algarve region, complete with its long sandy beaches, will operate on Monday and Thursday each week leaving Kerry Airport at 12.05pm and touching down in Faro at 3.15pm. After enjoying some glorious sunshine and a few rounds of golf, the return flight departs Faro at 8.35am with an 11.40am arrival time in Kerry.

The Alicante flight, commencing on March 30th, will operate every Wednesday and Saturday departing from Kerry Airport at 12.10pm and arriving at the heart of the Spain’s Costa Blanca at 4.10pm in time for a swim before dinner. The return flight from Alicante departs at 9.45am and arrives in Kerry at 11.45am.

Passengers can avail of some great value fares at www.ryanair.com where the cost of flying to Faro and Alicante is currently as low as €40.99 one-way including taxes.

Laura McCormack of Ryanair said: “Ryanair is delighted to welcome passengers on board its flights to Faro and Alicante. Following their success last year it is great to offer Kerry passengers a twice weekly service to the sun destinations of Faro (the Algarve) and Alicante (the Costa Blanca and Benidorm). Only Ryanair sells Europe’s lowest fares with a no fuel surcharge guarantee. In addition to our lowest fares we also deliver Europe’s No1 on-time performance across more than 1,200 routes.”

Ryanair and Aer Arann offer great value on their magnificent seven routes from Kerry to Frankfurt-Hahn, London Luton, London Stansted, Dublin and Manchester. Parking charges at Kerry Airport are much cheaper than other airports with over 660 car park spaces available.

Visit www.kerryairport.ie for the daily flight timetable and airport information.

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Issued by John Drummey Communications on behalf of Kerry Airport

For further information or interview requests please contact John Drummey on +353-87-7909487 and info@JohnDrummey.ie.

Photos available free of charge to news editors from Domnick Walsh on +353-87-2672033 info@dwalshphoto.ie.

Photo shows Miss Kerry Lyndsey Kelly and Model Genevieve Keane with Ryanair Captain Kai Deeke

1 07, 2010

Kerry Airport rolls out Red Carpet to show visitors that the Kingdom is “alive inside”

By |July 1st, 2010|Press|Comments Off on Kerry Airport rolls out Red Carpet to show visitors that the Kingdom is “alive inside”|

Kerry Airport rolls out Red Carpet to show visitors that the Kingdom is “alive inside”

AFTER walking along the red carpet to the Terminal building, there was a pint of the “black schtuff” awaiting the first passengers to fly into Kerry Airport from Dusseldorf Weeze on July 1st.

 

To mark the commencement of the new Ryanair service between Kerry and Dusseldorf Weeze, the latest visitors to the Kingdom were given the full Red Carpet treatment as they were toasted with champagne, Guinness and strawberries. This latest destination, the fourth to come on stream from Kerry since March, is situated near the Dutch border. The flights will depart from Kerry at 9am and arrive into Kerry at 1.55pm on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday,” said Noel Ryan of Kerry Airport.

This new link between Kerry and Germany is welcome news for tourism in Kerry and the southwest with potential to bring an additional 10,000 German into the region over the summer season. This is particularly good news in the current economic climate,” he added.

Many of the passengers who arrived, as well as those who departed for Dusseldorf Weeze earlier in the day, availed of the great value low fares which start from €10 one-way including taxes.

 

Dusseldorf-Weeze already services over 50 Ryanair destinations and it is located one hour from Dusseldorf City centre. As a cross-bordering holiday region you can experience everything squared as you will discover two countries in one trip on the German-Dutch Lower Rhine. This remarkable cultural region, with a wide spectrum of museums in which contemporary art, is just as well covered as regional and town history and themes from historical toys to natural sciences. Active holidaymakers can explore the region on horseback, by bicycle or on foot.

The close proximity of Dusseldorf Weeze to the Dutch-German border will be of particular interest and convenience to anyone wishing to visit the beautiful Amsterdam. The city plays host to a variety of cultural events and festivals thoughout the year.

 

Kerry Airport is ideally located for anyone wishing to travel on business or pleasure with direct flights to seven destinations including: Dusseldorf-Weeze, Dublin, London Stansted, London Luton, Frankfurt-Hahn, Alicante & Faro with Ryanair and to Manchester with Aer Arann. There is ample and great value parking at Kerry Airport as well as friendly service. Kerry Airport won the prestigious Irish Airport of the Year Award in 2005 from the CCI and was declared the first Heartsafe Airport in Ireland by the Irish Heart Foundation.

For more details on all schedules, routes and low cost fares to and from Kerry Airport, log onto to www.kerryairport.ie.

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Issued by John Drummey Communications on behalf of Kerry Airport
For further information, interview requests or images please contact John Drummey on +353-87-7909487 and info@JohnDrummey.ie.
Photo images are available to the press free of charge from Domnick Walsh Photography –domnickwalsh@eircom.net.

7 04, 2010

Another new route for Kerry Airport enhances German connection

By |April 7th, 2010|Press|Comments Off on Another new route for Kerry Airport enhances German connection|

 

THE LINK between Kerry and Germany is to be further enhanced with the announcement today that Ryanair is to commence another new route from Kerry Airport. From the 1st of July flights to Dusseldorf-Weeze near the Dutch border,will depart from Kerry at 9am on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday with a great low fare of €26.99 one-way including taxes.

Financial Controller at Kerry Airport, Basil Sheerin, said: “There has always been a strong affiliation between County Kerry and Germany. The Frankfurt-Hahn service, now in its seventh year, has been very successful and with a population of 80 million people, we always believed that there would be room for another German flight. We expect tourism in Kerry to the winners following today’s announcement with accommodation providers and ancillary tourism services set to benefit from the growth in visitor numbers from Germany.”
Dusseldorf-Weeze already services over 50 Ryanair destinations and it is located one hour from Dusseldorf City centre. As a cross-bordering holiday region you can experience everything squared as you will discover two countries in one trip on the German-Dutch Lower Rhine. This remarkable cultural region, with a wide spectrum of museums in which contemporary art, is just as well covered as regional and town history and themes from historical toys to natural sciences. Active holidaymakers can explore the region on horseback, by bicycle or on foot.
Kerry Airport is ideally located for anyone wishing to travel on business or pleasure with direct flights to seven destinations including: Dusseldorf-Weeze, Dublin, London Stansted, London Luton, Frankfurt-Hahn, Alicante & Faro with Ryanair and to Manchester with Aer Arann. There is ample and great value parking at Kerry Airport as well as friendly service. Kerry Airport won the prestigious Irish Airport of the Year Award in 2005 from the CCI and was declared the first Heartsafe Airport in Ireland by the Irish Heart Foundation.
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Issued by John Drummey Communications on behalf of Kerry Airport.
For further information, interview requests or images please contact John Drummey on
+353-87-7909487 and info@JohnDrummey.ie.
Photo images are available to the press free of charge from Domnick Walsh Photography –
domnickwalsh@eircom.net.

31 03, 2010

Kiss of Algarve sunshine awaits first Ryanair passengers from Kerry Airport to Faro

By |March 31st, 2010|Press|Comments Off on Kiss of Algarve sunshine awaits first Ryanair passengers from Kerry Airport to Faro|

 

THE sun has got its hat on for the lucky passengers who took off from Kerry Airport today for the glorious resort of Faro on the Algarve. It was the first flight on the new schedule to the Portuguese destination with Ryanair which will operate twice weekly from now until the end of June and three times a week in July & August.
Financial Controller at Kerry Airport, Basil Sheerin said: “We were delighted when Ryanair announced that they would be introducing two new sun routes from Kerry. The flights to Alicante in Spain have proven to be very successful since they commenced at the start of March. Early bookings suggest that the Faro route will also be a winner for passengers to the extent that Ryanair have added an extra day to the service during the peak summer period.”

Laura McCormack of Ryanair, who was in Kerry to wish the passengers Bon Voyage said: “Ryanair is delighted to welcome passengers on board its new service from Kerry Airport to Faro, capital of the Algarve. Faro, famous for its long sandy beaches and sunny weather has been a firm favourite with Irish holiday makers for many years. What better way to start the spring and escape the cold than with one of Ryanair’s €29.99 fares to Faro or Alicante direct from Kerry Airport. We are currently offering a seat sale fares of only €8 inclusive of taxes to London Luton and Frankfurt Hahn from Kerry until midnight on April 1st.”

Beginning today, flights from Kerry Airport to Faro will operate on Wednesdays, departing at 7.45pm and on Saturdays departing at 9.30am. In July & August a third flight to Faro will leave Kerry on Mondays at 10.30am. Check out www.ryanair.com for great value fares from as low as €29.99 one way.
Kerry Airport is ideally located for anyone wishing to travel on business or pleasure with direct flights to seven destinations including: To Dublin, London Stansted, London Luton, Frankfurt-Hahn, Alicante and Faro with Ryanair and to Manchester with Aer Arann. There is ample and great value parking at Kerry Airport as well as friendly service. Kerry Airport won the prestigious Irish Airport of the Year Award in 2005 from the CCI and was declared the first Heartsafe Airport in Ireland by the Irish Heart Foundation.

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Issued by John Drummey Communications on behalf of Kerry Airport.

For further information, interview requests or images please contact John Drummey on +353-87-7909487 and info@JohnDrummey.ie.

Photo images are available to the press free of charge from Domnick Walsh Photography – domnickwalsh@eircom.net.

1 03, 2010

Huge boost to Kerry Airport as Aer Arann announces return of Manchester route

By |March 1st, 2010|Press|Comments Off on Huge boost to Kerry Airport as Aer Arann announces return of Manchester route|

 

KERRY Airport is delighted to announce that from next May, Aer Arann will re-introduce a regular service to and from Manchester with the potential to generate passenger figures in the region of 20,000 a year.

The flights will operate four days a week arriving into Kerry at 1320 hours and departing at 1350 hours on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, beginning on Thursday 20th May 2010. Full details are available from kerryairport.ie/timetable.
Basil Sheerin, Financial Controller at Kerry Airport said:
“We greatly welcome Aer Arann’s decision to re-introduce the air link between Kerry and Manchester which has a proven record of being profitable with satisfactory passenger loads and revenue. The new service has the potential to greatly increase tourism income for the county and it is another vote of confidence in both Kerry Airport and Kerry as a gateway. This will have a positive economic impact on a range of sectors in the southwest region.”
The new Aer Arann flight schedule from Kerry Airport will be suited to a range of passengers including football fans, offering easy access to midweek or weekend games involving Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Everton. Kerry holidaymakers will also have greater access to a wider range of city and sun breaks as Manchester Airport offers holiday charters from/to popular European and worldwide destinations. There is a wide choice of destinations to choose from including Dubai, Fuerteventura, Cyprus, Edinburgh, Athens, and Los Angeles to name but a few.

“Passengers arriving at Kerry Airport from Manchester with Aer Arann will only be a short distance from the Lakes of Killarney, Ring of Kerry, Rose of Tralee, Dingle Peninsula, the Irish Open Golf and much more. Despite the current economic climate – there is great value to be had in Kerry in relation to accommodation, outdoor activities and eating out while the Cead Mile Failte is very much alive throughout this county. Starting fares from as low as €39/£39 each way including taxes are very competitive and shows a commitment to the route by Aer Arann,” said Basil Sheerin.

Bookings for flights between Kerry and Manchester can now be made online by logging onto www.aerarann.com.
Kerry Airport is ideally located for anyone wishing to travel on business or pleasure with direct flights to seven destinations including: Manchester with Aer Arann and to Dublin, London Stansted, London Luton, Frankfurt-Hahn, Alicante and Faro with Ryanair. There is ample and great value parking at Kerry Airport as well as friendly service. Kerry Airport won the prestigious Irish Airport of the Year Award in 2005 from the CCI and was declared the first Heartsafe Airport in Ireland by the Irish Heart Foundation.

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Issued by John Drummey Communications on behalf of Kerry Airport

For further information, interview requests or images please contact John Drummey on +353-87-7909487 and info@JohnDrummey.ie.


Photo
images available free of charge from Domnick Walsh Photography – domnickwalsh@eircom.net.

Aer Arann Timetable Kerry-Manchester

Arriving in Kerry

Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 1320

Departing from Kerry

Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 1350

Full details are available from www.kerryairport.ie/timetable and from www.aerarann.com

16 12, 2009

NEW DIRECT SUMMER SUN ROUTES ANNOUNCED FROM KERRY AIRPORT

By |December 16th, 2009|Press|Comments Off on NEW DIRECT SUMMER SUN ROUTES ANNOUNCED FROM KERRY AIRPORT|

 

Kerry direct to Faro, Portugal, and Alicante, Spain with Ryanair in 2010

WEDNESDAY 16TH DECEMBER, 2009

Today, Kerry Airport announced two new Summer sun routes direct to Europe’s popular holiday destinations, Faro, Portugal and Alicante, Spain with Ryanair. Commencing in March 2010 to the end of October, the routes will each operate day-time flights, twice weekly on Wednesday and Saturday. Fares start from only EUR30 each way including taxes and charges and are on sale from this Thursday (17/12/2009) on www.ryanair.com.

Basil Sheerin, Financial Controller, Kerry Airport;

Summer Sun destinations have historically proven to be very popular routes from Kerry Airport. Today, we are pleased to announce that both Faro on Portugal’s beautiful Algarve and Alicante on Spain’s famous Costa Blanca will be available direct from Kerry in 2010. We are confident both routes will be a success and well supported as demand for these destinations is strong locally.

Speaking at a press conference at Kerry Airport this morning, Ryanair’s Lesley Kane, Head of Sales and Marketing Ryanair, Europe, said;

Ryanair is pleased to announce new Kerry routes to/from Alicante and Faro from summer 2010, increasing passenger numbers through Kerry Airport by approximately 30,000. We are confident these direct, low cost routes will be successful. Ryanair is celebrating these new routes by releasing 1 million, €5 seats for travel Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays on over 500 routes across its European network in January 2010. These EUR5 seats are now available for booking on www.ryanair.com until midnight Thursday (17th December).

Kerry Airport currently has direct flights to Dublin, London Stansted, London Luton and Frankfurt Hahn with Ryanair. Kerry Airport won the prestigious Irish Airport of the Year in 2005 from the CCI and was declared as the first Heartsafe Airport in Ireland by the Irish Heart Foundation.

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Issued by Orla Diffily, Upfront PR on behalf of Kerry Airport.
For all press queries, or to request an interview / images / please contact Orla Diffily, Upfront PR. Mobile: 086 8399115. odiffily@upfrontpr.eu

Don MacMonagle attended the press conference and can syndicate you an image.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Departure Times from Kerry Airport (Wednesday and Saturday)
Kerry to Alicante will start on the 3rd March
From 3rd March to the 24th March the Alicante route will operate at the following times:

Wednesdays
Leaves Kerry at 0950 and arrives Alicante at 1350

Saturdays
Leaves Kerry at 1850 and arrives Alicante at 2250

From 25th March the Alicante route will operate at the following times:

Wednesdays
Leaves Kerry at 1720 and arrives Alicante at 2120

Saturdays
Leaves Kerry at 1540 and arrives Alicante at 1940

The Faro flights will start operating from the 31st March

Wednesdays
Leaves Kerry at 1945 arrives Faro at 2255

Saturdays
Leaves Kerry at 09:30 arrives Faro at 1240

E&oe. Kerry Airport timetable page will be updated on 17 December 2009. Flights can be booked on line with www.ryanair.com from 17/12/2009