Cork Airport Has Called For A Stimulus Package To Help It Survive

It's as the fallout from COVID19 continue to be developed

Management at the airport say passenger numbers are down 95% on this time last year, and an estimated €23 million in revenue is expected to be lost by year-end.

In addition to the impact of COVID19 on operations a number of key upgrades are needed at the airport which are set to cost millions. 

Speaking to RedFM News Kevin Cullinane of Cork Airport says the Government will need to invest in the airport to ensure its survival as an economic driver here in Cork and in the south of Ireland:

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