Waterford Airport is a key element of the transport infrastructure in the South East of Ireland, serving passenger needs in Waterford, Wexford, Kilkenny, Tipperary and Carlow. This video is an introduction to the various services and activities centered on the Airport and its planned future development.
Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city, founded by Viking raiders in AD 914. It has played a pivotal role in the economic, political and cultural life of the country and its motto Urbs Intacta (the untaken city) bears witness to the many power struggles and conflicts in which it has been embroiled through the centuries.
Kilmeaden Fields is a 105 hectare (260 acre) site with 26 hectares (64 acres) designated/zoned for development located just outside Waterford City at the gateway to Ireland’s South Region. Waterford city is the intersection point for Ireland’s bio-pharma/life sciences and ICT/international services industries. The city is home to the region’s university-level institution Waterford Institute of Technology; a highly developed industrial infrastructure and regional offices for state-funded development agencies IDA Ireland and Enterprise Ireland. For further information visit www.kilmeadenfields.ie.
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