Cork Airport expected to have 150,000 passengers over Christmas period

Cork Airport expected to have 150,000 passengers over Christmas period

149,000 passengers are expected to travel through Cork Airport over the festive period.

Officials say the numbers forecast to arrive and depart are up 3.5% when compared to last year.

December 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day for arrivals.

Meanwhile, most passengers are set to depart from the airport on December 28.

- Digital Desk

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