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Visitation to Ireland up 2.4% in 2Q2019 but visits from Britain remained flat
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17 September 2019 (Edited 17 September 2019)


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Central Statistics Office reports that visits to Ireland were up 2.4% in 2Q2019 vs. 2Q2018.

But leisure visits were up only 0.39%, visits from Great Britain up 0.30%, overnight visits down 0.04%.

Spend increased 2.1% overall, or 2.6% if fares are excluded.

Underperformance of the Great Britain market is likely related to Brexit uncertainty and the resultant weakness of the pound sterling.


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