Dublin Airport will sponsor this year’s St Patrick’s Festival, according to a statement published on the airport’s website.
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Dublin Airport will also partner with Fáilte Ireland to welcome passengers to the airport, according to the statement published on DublinAirport.com, which added that a team of Fáilte Ireland ‘meeters & greeters’ will welcome passengers in the arrival halls of both of the airport’s terminals.
The statement published on DublinAirport.com quoted St Patrick’s festival director Richard Tierney as saying, “We are absolutely delighted to continue our collaboration with our long-standing partner, Dublin Airport, and to have them onboard as a programme partner. Dublin Airport’s partnership with St Patrick’s Festival Quarter, in the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks, on St Patrick’s Day plays an integral part in celebrating and nurturing the incredible wealth of talent and creativity that Ireland has to offer, from circus acts to talks, traditional artists with a cutting edge, family activities, and our world-famous Ceilí Mór.
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“For our visitors from overseas that travel by air to enjoy the celebrations, Dublin Airport is the first point of fáilte they encounter as they arrive. We are thrilled that our partnership with Dublin Airport brings home that message of unity, as well as supporting our arts and culture communities.”
The statement published on DublinAirport.com also quoted its managing director, Vincent Harrison, as saying, “St Patrick’s Day will see the eyes of the world focused on Ireland, and Dublin Airport is proud to once again be partnering with St Patrick’s Festival, for what will be a fantastic week of family-friendly fun and entertainment. We look forward to welcoming visitors from all over the world for the St Patrick’s Festival celebrations.”
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