Irish Airlines List, List of airlines of Ireland
Ryanair, Stobart (defunct), Aer Lingus, CityJet, Aer Lingus Regional, Emerald Airlines
Ryanair's Airplane, Boeing 737-800
Ryanair is an Irish low-cost airline, Ryanair operates more than 300 Boeing 737-800 aircrafts. Ryanair flies from its primary operational bases at Dublin and London Stansted to many countries in Europe. RyanAir is preferred Airlines from many travellers from Europe.
Ryanair has been on low-cost company lists for a long time. There is no low-cost listing in Europe without Ryanair. If you want to see Ryanair and other low cost airlines of europe, you can look here.
Stobart's Airplane, Flybee Atr 72-500
Stobart air is a regional airline based in Dublin, Ireland. The airline operates scheduled services under the Aer Lingus Regional, CityJet and Flybe brands.
Stobart air ceased operations in june 2021.
Recently Emerald Airlines is the operator of the Aer Lingus Regional.
Aer Lingus's Airplane, Airbus A320-214
Aer Lingus is the national flag carrier of Ireland. Aer Lingus operates a fleet of mostly Airbus aircrafts. Aer Lingus operates scheduled services to Europe, North Africa, Turkey and North America. Aer Lingus is Ireland's oldest and current airline. Aer Lingus is ranked as one of the safest airlines in the world.
Aer Lingus Regional
Aer Lingus Regional is a sister company of Aer Lingus. Aer Lingus Regional operates scheduled regional flights. United Kingdom, France, and the Channel Islands are the important destinations of Aer Lingus Regional. Aer Lingus Regional has ATR 72-600 Aircrafts. Aer Lingus Regional's flight operated by Emerald Airlines.
Irish Airline Company, CityJet's Airplane, Rj85
CityJet Logo & Website
CityJet is an Irish regional airline. CityJet operates mainly out of London City Airport. CityJet operates maintenance facilities at Dublin Airport.
Amazing story of Irish coffee and Joe Sheridan.
On a winter's night in 1943, a PanAm flight to New York took off from the small Irish town of Foynes. The airline used large seaplanes for transatlantic flights. A few hours into the flight, the captain decided to turn back because the weather conditions were just too bad. Joe Sheridan, the head chef of the Foynes air terminal restaurant, offered hot coffee to the freezing travellers.
As an additional boost, he decided to pour a little Irish whiskey into the drink. When one of the travellers asked if Brazilian beans were used in the beverage, Joe replied that it was Irish coffee. And so, thanks to aviation, a well-known and popular drink-Irish Coffee-was born. Unfinished journey on a cold winter night. People who are bored because they can't get their loved ones and feel cold due to cold weather. To soothe these people after such misfortune; A great blend with hot coffee and a little whiskey. Thanks a lot to Joe Sheridan.