Aer Lingus Regional have just announced that they will base an additional aircraft at Shannon Airport from April 2014. This craft will facilitate the opening of a new Shannon to Bristol Route and will allow increased capacity and frequency on their Manchester and Birmingham Routes. This decision will result in the creation of 20 new jobs in the airline and a commitment to bring an additional 200,000 passengers on Aer Lingus Regional routes into the airport next year.


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Andrew has been working in the media in the West of Ireland for more than a decade. During that time he has been shortlisted for many national journalism awards, served as a judge for the Choice Music Prize in 2008 and was part of the nominating panel for the Meteor Ireland Music Awards from 2008 to 2011. He holds an MA in Journalism and Public Relation and a BA in English, Sociology and Politics. He is currently working on his debut novel. A selection of his writings, including a number of new short stories can be viewed on Fighting Talk - Follow Andrew on twitter: @Andrew_CPeople Contact Andrew on [email protected]

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