“The development of Cork’s economy is being hampered by a lack of air
That’s the warning from E-M-C
The Irish arm of the multinational employs employs three thousand people
Vice President and Managing Director Bob Savage says air access is a “big
problem” for his firm,
and the Cork region.
There have been no direct flights between Cork and Dublin since 2011 when
Ryanair deemed the route uneconomic.
The alternative – the Dublin-Cork train – is too slow according to Mr
The EMC executive says as a result it can be a challenge sometimes to
convince visitors that it’s worth the
effort to visit.
The Director of industry group “IT @ Cork” Ronan Murphy agrees that
Cork-Dublin airlink would make doing business easier