Cork Airport Says There Is No Demand For Travel On The Three Green List Routes They Operate 

It follows comments by Ryanair earlier this week that the economy will return to the 1950s if air travel and the wider economy is not opened up.

Airlines made call for a relaxing of the restrictions on international travel at the Dáil's COVID committee this week. 

Management at the airport say they expect passenger numbers to decline by almost two million which translates to €23 million in lost revenues by year-end.

Speaking to RedFM News Kevin Cullinane of Cork Airport says a lot of preparation was made for the July when it was believed that international travel could resume:


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