Kevin Cullinane, Head of Communications at Cork Airport, explains how airports should leverage social media platforms to communicate with passengers effectively.
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The installation is part of Cork Airport's continuous improvement programme and was launched in partnership with Aer Lingus.
Electric Ireland will provide a yearly supply of eight million kW/h of green electricity to the airport in a bid to increase sustainable operations.
By eliminating toxic chemicals from their cleaning regime, Cork Airport has managed to save in excess of 5,400 litres from entering the surrounding environment. Managing Director at Cork Airport, Niall MacCarthy, explains more.
With over two million passengers expected to pass through Cork Airport in 2019, the first quarter of the year has seen a 10.7 per cent growth in passenger numbers.
Profits at daa Group increased by six per cent to a record €133 million in 2018 as the company benefited from higher passenger numbers and increased commercial income.
With 2.6 million passengers expected in 2019, a new Hub has opened at Cork Airport to accommodate the continued growth of the airport and ensure operations continue to run smoothly.
A new lanyard system at Cork Airport is hoped to allow people with hidden disabilities to gain the help they need to better navigate the airport.
With passenger numbers set to rise to 2.9 million at Cork Airport in 2019, this punctuality accolade reassures passengers that the airport can handle the increase in travellers.
Cork Airport welcomes Nice and Dubrovnik routes with the Aer Lingus summer 2019 schedule as airport passenger numbers continue to rise.
Cork International Airport will see an increase in Air France routes to the continent after continued passenger growth.
New route to Poland's Poznań from Cork International makes continental Europe closer than ever for the South of Ireland.
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Deputy Shane Ross TD, has appointed Basil Geoghegan as Chairman designate of the Dublin Airport Authority (daa).
Airports around the world have to rename their runways once every 50 years due to roving magnetic fields.
A host of airports across Europe, including Cork, Aarhus, Friedrichshafen, Kosice, Ljubljana and Stavanger, are competing for public votes.