Oops! wrote: »
There's two Fly One flights about to land in Dublin now from Chisinau in Moldova. Anybody know why? Seasonal workers?
Tenger wrote: »
Why was "seasonal workers?" your 1st option?
bilbot79 wrote: »
Why is a US Air force bomber doing a jolly round england?
Alpha Romeo wrote: »
The first Ryanair 737 Max to be delivered is on her way to Dublin (EI-HEN)
nonethepfizer wrote: »
Probably for something that lacks as much detail as this post
bilbot79 wrote: »
Wow. Thank God this thread has your lightning rod quips to fall back on. It would be dead without it.
EnzoScifo wrote: »
https://www.acropolis-aviation.com/aircraft/airbus-acj320neo/ just landed in Cork. I wonder who's on it?https://www.flightradar24.com/CRV1/2813b27d
4Ad wrote: »
An Antonov just passed over my house on the way from Montreal into Shannon..
washman3 wrote: »
Still parked up at Shannon I think.
For maintenance maybe..???
HTCOne wrote: »
John Magnier IIRC. O’Brien has the G6 (either M-YSIX or M-GSIX, he had one of them first then sold it when the second arrived), Desmond has a F900 (M-CELT), I think McManus has a Global down in WestAir, ICAO designator EFF, callsign “Emerald”.
glenfieldman wrote: »
Did anyone spot this
Is this aircraft in Irish air space
Gaoth Laidir wrote: »
A couple of Aer Corps PC12s have arrived in from continental Europe this afternoon, first 283 from Strasbourg about an hour ago and now 281 from Augsburg. Any idea what these flights are about?
PS. The first one seemed to descend over Cornwall before climbing again and heading this way. On the phone so can't post any links.
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