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Promoting Northern Ireland In Glasgow

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Tourism operators – including Causeway Coast and Glens, Titanic Belfast, City of Derry Airport, Donegal Connect and Loganair – joined Tourism Ireland in Glasgow over the weekend, to promote Northern Ireland and the island of Ireland to Scottish holidaymakers attending the St Patrick’s Festival in the city’s busy Merchant Square.

Amy Riddell, Tourism Ireland Scotland, said: “St Patrick’s Day traditionally marks the real start of the tourism season for us, when we take every opportunity to capitalise on the heightened profile of the whole island of Ireland. Our presence at the St Patrick’s family event in Glasgow provided us with a good opportunity to raise awareness of the many things to see and do in Northern Ireland for Scottish holidaymakers.

Tourism Ireland’s message here in Scotland is that the Northern Ireland and the island of Ireland is a superb choice for a holiday or long weekend break in 2019.”

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