Kerry Airport will remain open despite the cessation of all but one route from the airport.
Ryanair will cease all of its flights into and out of Kerry Airport, along with its flights into and out of Cork, Shannon and Knock airports, from November 14 until December, which will leave a twice-weekly service from Kerry to Dublin as the only operating route from Kerry Airport.
Kerry Airport CEO Statement
The Irish Examiner quotes Kerry Airport CEO John Mulhern as saying, "We remained open throughout the first wave of the pandemic and we will continue to operate into the future to facilitate the needs of the emergency air services who require a landing base in Kerry.
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"The PSO route between Kerry and Dublin also continues to be a crucial lifeline for passengers travelling for essential work, education and healthcare needs."
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