The Irish government is to spend almost €17 million on the country’s regional airports, with the bulk of the cash going to Cork, Knock and Shannon. The allocations were announced by Jack Chambers, a junior minister in the transport department, during a visit to Shannon Airport, which is located about a 30-minute drive from the city of Limerick. “Shannon Airport is the state’s third busiest airport, welcoming over 1.5 million passengers last year, which represents an 88% recovery on 2019 passenger traffic,” said Chambers. Shannon is to get €4.6 million, the department announced, with Knock, also known as Ireland West

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