Stobart Air

In service
Main hub: Dublin Airport
Country: Ireland


Stobart Air (formerly Aer Arann) is a regional airline based in Dublin, Ireland. On 21-Mar-2014 the airline announced that it was to change its corporate name to Stobart Air, reflecting the Stobart Group's stake in the airline, as its majority shareholder. The airline will continue to operate under the existing Aer Lingus Regional brand. The carrier operates scheduled services from Ireland and the Isle of Man to destinations in Ireland, the UK and France and is Ireland's third largest airline behind Ryanair and Aer Lingus. Stobart Air also operates services on behalf of Flybe. Cityjet expressed interest in the acquisition of Stobart Group's airline subsidiary, Stobart Air in early 2016. However, negotiations ended on 05-Dec-2016, with Stobart citing the agreement with CityJet is not in the commercial interest of the Group.

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