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Latest Tourism Figures Point to Strong Summer Season

(Monday, 19 September 2016)

Official information from CSO shows that the best period for foreign tourists was from January to July with an increase of 13% and more than 5.4 million arrivals. Compared to the first seven months of 2015 additional 612,400 overseas visitors could be measured by the CSO.

Tourism Ireland launches €9 million autumn campaign

(Tuesday, 06 September 2016)

A €9 million promotional campaign has been launched by Tourism Ireland and Minister of Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross TD. The goal is to strengthen late-season travel to Ireland from around the world.

Aer Lingus voted third 'most-loved' airline in Europe

(Thursday, 11 August 2016)

Skytax published a list of the world’s “most loved” airlines based on customer reviews. The air transport rating organisation listed 80 airlines.

Latest CSO data on Home Holiday Travel

(Wednesday, 10 August 2016)

The Central Statistic Office published the latest Household Travel Survey data.

What’s so new about Ireland’s Ancient East?

(Saturday, 06 August 2016)

Fáilte Ireland started with its first visual symbols of its marketing strategy for “Ireland’s Ancient East”.

Cork Airport upbeat as passenger numbers take off

(Friday, 05 August 2016)

Between January and July 1.3 million passengers have passed through Cork Airport. The growth of passengers is caused by new routes and increased capacity at the airport.

Guinness Storehouse and National Gallery top tourist spots of 2015

(Tuesday, 02 August 2016)

Fāilte Ireland published Ireland’s top tourist attractions in 2015. The Guinness Storehouse and National Gallery are two of the top tourist spots of 2015.

Dublin in pole position to take business from City of London

(Tuesday, 02 August 2016)

A new PwC survey shows that Dublin is positioned to be the second most attractive financial centre in Europe with the potential of gaining the most from Brexit.

Tourism Ireland post-Brexit briefing and update on the British market

(Thursday, 21 July 2016)

Tourism Ireland monitors the development of the last EU referendum in United Kingdom to get a better understanding about the impact of Brexit.

Fáilte Ireland Publishes Tourism Facts 2015

(Thursday, 21 July 2016)

Fáilte Ireland published the Tourism Facts of 2015. The report gives an insight into the development of tourism in Ireland and its regional spread, holidaymaker- behaviour as well as information on the domestic market.


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