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Councillors will vote on a notice of motion in the new year proposed by Councillor Aaron Callan, seconded by Councillor John McAuley and supported by Alderman Norman Hillis, Councillor Angela Mulholland, Councillor William McCandless, Councillor Russell Watton and Councillor Chris McCaw to develop a new International Causeway Airshow for 2022 to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and explore holding the event every two years from then on.

Airwaves Portrush was called off in February 2020 due to having its funding withdrawn as Council struggled with at the time, debts of £68.7m.

The notice of motion read “We should make this a key regional event not just for the Borough but for Northern Ireland and therefore explore working in partnership with key partners like the Northern Ireland Office, Ministry of Defence, Department for the Economy, Invest NI and Tourism NI.

A project Board involving elected members of no more of 6 by d’hondt should be set up to shape and develop this event along with experts and other key stakeholders.”

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