Kerry Airport in Top Three But Needs More Votes to Win Travel Award

In the beginning: A meeting at the Pitch and Putt Clubhouse in Castleisland in 1968 to plan the building of an airport in Kerry. Included are from left: Michael J. O’Connor, Solicitor, Killarney; DD Twomey, Solicitor, Castleisland; Austin Stack, acting county manager and first secretary of the airport compeny; James O’Callaghan, KCC engineer; Jack B.D. O’Sullivan, Con Healy, Michael Hennebery, Tralee; John McSweeney, building contractor, Castleisland ; Tom Ryle, first chairman of the airport company; Tim Murphy, Castleisland; John O’Donoghue, Farranfore; Sean WH O’Connor, Castleisland; Ned O’Mahony, dr. Paddy Daly, Farranfore and Cllr. Bill Dennehy, Currow.

Kerry Airport has been shortlisted in the Top 3 Irish Airports for the upcoming Irish Travel Trade / Awards.

It follows the initial round of public voting which ended last week and once again, everyone is being asked to go online and vote for Kerry Airport as the Best Irish Airport before Monday 25th October.

The Irish Travel Trade Awards recognise and reward excellence in product and service in the Irish Market as voted for by consumers.

Kerry Airport remained open throughout the pandemic to service emergency air requirements and essential travel on the Dublin-Kerry route.

It also played a key role in the emergency operation to quench the fire in Killarney National Park in April of this year.

Voting will end on Monday, October 25th 2021.

The public can vote for Kerry Airport in the Irish Travel Trade / Travel2Ireland Awards by following the link on Kerry Airport’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn platforms or Click here:

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