Ireland

Lufthansa extends contract with WFS in Ireland

Lufthansa has extended its cargo handling contract with Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) in Ireland

Irish Air Corps’ first C295W in production

The initial Airbus Defence C295W for the Irish Air Corps is progressing well on the production line at Seville-San Pablo Airport, Spain

Norwegian completes six-month reconstruction process

During a difficult period throughout the pandemic, the airline hopes to strengthen operations with the new changes

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An in-depth look at the Irish Air Corps’ aircraft fleet

We provide an overview of the fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft fleets that are currently employed by the Irish Air Corps, detailing serial numbers, operational squadrons and the missions that these individual platforms carry out

Spectre arrives for Irish Air Corps

Three Pilatus PC-12NG Spectre aircraft purchased for the Irish Air Corps (IAC) for more than €43m flew into Casement Aerodrome in Baldonnel, Ireland, on September 10, to replace five Cessna FR172H Skyhawks

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Knock ’n’ Roll

The once much ridiculed airport in the west of Ireland...

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An Emerald Green Griffin?

Ireland has previously had to rely on French, Norwegian and British fast jets to intercept Russian strategic bombers. Now the country is thinking about its own air combat interceptors

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35 Years of Ryanair – the Airline You Love to Hate

In July 1985, Irish budget airline Ryanair began operations. From a single turboprop to a fleet of 273 aircraft, Thomas Haynes details its sometimes-controversial history and meteoric rise to the top

New PC-12 for Irish Air Corps

Yesterday (April 1), a new PC-12NG (c/n 1898, HB-FXT) conducted a test flight at the Pilatus factory in Stans, Switzerland, wearing the Irish tricolour and Irish Air Corps serial 280.

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2020 UK & Ireland Airlines Guide

Charting the highs and lows of a dramatic year for aviation....