Cork Airport Expect 40,000 People To Travel Through The Airport This St Patrick's Bank Holiday Weekend
The airport says it has recorded a further 10% increase in passenger numbers in February
The predictions comes as the airport says it recorded a further 10% increase in passenger numbers in February compared to the same time last year and as Ryanair announce a new twice-weekly service from Cork to Katowice in Poland as part of its Winter 2019 schedule.
151,000 passengers travelled through the terminal last month, an increase of 14,000 compared to February 2018.
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