The Shannon Airport Holiday Show
15th February 2019 - 12:00pm
The Holiday show returns to University Limerick this weekend in association with Shannon Airport. The doors open on Saturday the 16th at 11am until 5pm and Sunday the 17th from 11am to 5pm. Travelbiz will be there to share all the trade partner updates and bring you the pictures and reports over the weekend.
Now in its fourth year, with over 90 exhibitors including airlines, hotels, cruise companies, travel agents, tourist boards, tour operators, tourist attractions, motorhomes, caravan, camping and more. Attendees can snap up exclusive deals, get expert advice, win some amazing prizes and plan out the perfect holiday to suit your needs, with ideas to suit every dream and every budget.
Declan Power (Head of Aviation Development Shannon Airport) said; “We are delighted to be back for a fourth year, bigger and better than before. Shannon Airport is now Ireland’s fastest growing airport outside of the capital. Last year was its best year this decade with growth of 6.5% bringing total passenger numbers to over 1.86 million – delivering in total 33% growth since 2013”.
Maureen Ledwith (Director Holiday Show) said; “New services to Toronto with Air Canada and new Ryanair services to Barcelona-Reus, Bristol and Liverpool helped achieve record passenger numbers in 2018. This year sees the introduction of Ibiza and East Midlands with Ryanair and the Alicante service increasing to year- round so we have another exciting year ahead. Trends this year suggest that consumers are likely to be disappointed if they wait for a ‘last minute’ deal”.
The Holiday Show will be open from 11am-5pm on the 16th and Sunday 17th February. Entry and car parking is free and there will be a free children’s entertainment zone also. Visitors to the show will have the opportunity to discuss and book their holidays with travel experts and also be in with a chance to win one of many prizes on offer throughout the two day event.
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