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€10million Ireland Based Inbound Agents Business Continuity Scheme opens for applications

€10million fund to support Ireland based inbound agents who package, sell and distribute Ireland’s tourism product overseas.

Restart Grant Plus for all B&Bs now open for applications through Fáilte Ireland

B&B owners nationwide can avail of a minimum grant of €4,000 from Fáilte Ireland. Applications are open until November 30th.

€10million Coach Tourism Business Continuity Scheme opens for applications

Grants available for coach tourism businesses through Fáilte Ireland

Fáilte Ireland welcomes Government support for Tourism and Hospitality sector in Budget 2021

Fáilte Ireland is welcoming the tourism specific and wider economic measures announced in Budget 2021.

Statement on the Tourism Recovery Plan

Fáilte Ireland, as a member of the Government’s Tourism Recovery Taskforce significantly contributed to the contents of the Tourism Recovery Plan published on October 6th 2020

Statement on New Year’s Festival (NYF) Dublin

In line with the Government’s current Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021 Plan, Fáilte Ireland, in conjunction with Dublin City Council and their event partners, has taken the decision to cancel the New Year’s Festival (NYF) in Dublin.

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