Management at Cork Airport say it's difficult to be optimistic about travel for the remainder of 2020

It follows Government advice on non-essential travel and fresh doubt over whether there will be a travel greenlist after an intervention by the Tánaiste who questioned whether there should be a list if the government is still going to advise people not to travel.

Passenger numbers at Cork Airport have plummeted by 95% year on year due to COVID-19 

Traffic figures released for the first half of this year, reveal the impact of the global pandemic and project the loss of two million passengers and more than €23 million in lost revenues by year end.

Kevin Cullinane of Cork Airport  spoke to RedFM News:


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