Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Another "rendition" for Shannon Airport?

Malcolm was amused to see the Guardian at it again:
Dermot Mannion, Aer Lingus chief executive, told the Guardian that the airline was seeking the implementation of a transition agreement between Ireland and the US that will reduce the number of stopovers at Shannon airport in Galway and open up three new US destinations to the airline, which already flies to New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston.
That, presumably, is a different Shannon Airport, which since the 1940s has been at Rineanna in the County Clare. Sphere: Related Content

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