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Kerry Airport CEO John Mulhern told the airport’s virtual AGM last week that passenger numbers continue to decline in 2021, but there is a hope that revenues at the Farranfore facility will begin to improve in late summer. Photo by Domnick Walsh

Kerry Airport CEO John Mulhern told the airport’s virtual AGM last week that passenger numbers continue to decline in 2021, but there is a hope that revenues at the Farranfore facility will begin to improve in late summer. Photo by Domnick Walsh

Kerry Airport CEO John Mulhern told the airport’s virtual AGM last week that passenger numbers continue to decline in 2021, but there is a hope that revenues at the Farranfore facility will begin to improve in late summer. Photo by Domnick Walsh

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Management at Kerry Airport say that they are proud the facility managed to stay open and provide vital travel links, despite suffering an enormous 60-per-cent drop in its total revenues.

Last week - at a virtual Annual General Meeting hosted from Tralee's Ballygarry Hotel - CEO John Mulhern issued the airport's 2020 annual report.


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