New fixed-wing aircraft and helicopter for Ireland’s Garda Air Support Unit
Ireland's Minister for Justice Simon Harris announced on January 3 that €21.5m will be invested into the Garda Air Support Unit (GASU) for an additional helicopter and new fixed-wing aircraft
Inside the 100-year-old Irish Air Corps and how its preparing for big changes
Air Forces Monthly visited the Irish Air Corps on the eve of its 100th anniversary to learn how the force is doing more with less
Cork for Microsoft Flight Simulator Out Now
MK-Studios has announced EICK Cork Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available.
Irish Air Corps to potentially become Irish Air Force
It is understood that the Irish Air Corps will likely transition into an independent air component – potentially titled the Irish Air Force – in the near future
QUIZ: Aer Lingus St Patrick's Day Special!
Will the luck of the Irish be with you for this special Aer Lingus themed quiz?
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
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