Kerry Airport Boss Says No Formal Discussions With Ryanair Took Place On Kerry Dublin Route

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THERE is confusion surrounding Ryanair’s scheduled commencement of flights on the Kerry to Dublin route at the end of the month.

While six days ago, Ryanair said the Transport Minister Eamon Ryan’s statement that it would be taking over the service from July 19 was premature and inaccurate, it formally announced the commencement of the route yesterday and began selling seats for flights beginning on July 28.

However, Kerry Airport has issued a statement today saying they have not held formal discussions with the airline about the route.

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The statement from John Mulhern, CEO Kerry Airport Ireland reads; “While Ryanair has announced its intention to operate a service on the Dublin-Kerry route and commenced the sale of seats, there has been no formal discussion yet with Kerry Airport.

The Airport has received no notification in any form from Ryanair and thus the airline’s statement of yesterday, Wednesday July 14th, is both premature and inaccurate.

Kerry Airport has not been informed of the details relating to any such schedule and, at present, cannot confirm or otherwise whether these flights will in fact operate.”

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