Aer Arann is a privately-held regional airline based in Dublin, Ireland. It operates scheduled and charter services throughout Ireland, the United Kingdom and France. Its main base is Dublin International Airport, with hubs at Galway Airport and Cork International Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aer Arann"
Aer Lingus is the national airline of Ireland. Based in Dublin, it operates over 30 aircraft serving Europe and the United States. The airline is owned by the Irish government, however plans are being made for the privatisation of the company. Aer Lingus is a member of the Oneworld airline alliance. The company employes 4,000 people and has revenue of €906.8 million as of 2004. Its slogan is Low Fares, Way Better. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aer Lingus"
Air Contractors is a freight airline based in Dublin, Ireland. It operates scheduled and charter freight services within Europe and as an express parcel carrier, carrying mail and newspapers. Its main base is Dublin International Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Air Contractors"
CityJet is an airline based in Dublin, Ireland and owned by Air France. It operates franchise, wet-lease and codeshare routes. Its main base is Dublin International Airport, with a hub at Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cityjet"
Eirjet is a charter airline based at Shannon International Airport in Ireland. It operates charter services to the Mediterranean. Its main bases are Dublin International Airport and Shannon International Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eirjet"
EUjet was a low-cost airline based at Shannon Airport, Ireland. It operated a network of services from its main base at Shannon Airport (SNN), with a hub at Kent International Airport (MSE), Manston, UK. The airline was sold to a British company, PlaneStation, which also owns Kent airport, for €10m. In July 2005 PlaneStation went out of business with €40m in debts, forcing EUjet to cease operations. ...more on Wikipedia about "EUjet"
Ryanair ( ) is an airline based in Ireland. It is Europe's largest low-cost carrier, operating 270 low-fare routes to 21 European countries. Over the years it has evolved into the world's most profitable airline ** , running at remarkable margins by relentlessly driving costs down, for example, Ryanair has banned staff charging their personal mobile phones on company premises - to save electricity costs. Ryanair has been characterised by rapid and continuing expansion, enabled by the deregulation of the air industry in Europe in 1997. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ryanair"
Skynet Airlines began operations from Shannon International Airport, Ireland, to Amsterdam, Netherlands, with onward connections to Moscow, Russia, using Boeing 737 aircraft. Skynet rented unused routes and airport slots from and operate code shared routes with Aeroflot. ...more on Wikipedia about "Skynet Airlines"
Starair is an airline based in Ireland operating executive jet and helicopter charter services. ...more on Wikipedia about "Starair"
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