Region: Europe : Western Europe


Aviation in Ireland is comprised of a few main airlines; dominant figures such as the established national flag carrier Aer Lingus and the LCC Ryanair - the UK’s second largest airline - are both headquartered in Dublin Airport along with Aer Lingus subsidiary Aer Lingus Regional and Aer Arann, Ireland’s third largest carrier. Aer Lingus also has bases at Shannon Airport, Cork Airport and Belfast International Airport.

The Irish Aviation Authority is a commercial state-sponsored company established to provide air navigation services in Irish-controlled airspace, and to regulate safety standards within the Irish civil aviation industry.

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