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WestJet Hosts the Trade at Abbey Theatre

WestJet Hosts the Trade at Abbey Theatre

With flights from Dublin to Halifax, Nova Scotia, it was a very appropriate event for WestJet to bring trade and media to the Abbey Theatre for the musical ‘Come from Away’, which tells the story of airlines being diverted after the terrorist attacks on New York on 9/11/2001 and the way Newfoundlanders coped with the influx of thousands of passengers.

Hilary and Jamie Knight, Canadian Embassy, and Enda Larkin, Sunway

Eileen Penrose and Paul Nolan from APG Ireland, the GSA for WestJet in Ireland, were terrific hosts as the evening got off to a great start at the Grand Central Bar on O’Connell Street, where drinks and snacks were on offer from the hosts who made sure that all guests were well looked after. 

Mary McGovern, Atlas Travel, with Audrey Boyce and Tanya Merdith, eTravel

The show, which is going on to the West End in London after its Dublin run, was an outstanding theatrical  experience, with a standing ovation for the excellent cast at the end.

Jackie Lambert and John Galligan, John Galligan Travel

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