Blog: Could these two planes help Ryanair and Aer Lingus to soar?
Against the headwinds of Brexit and terrorism, the Irish airlines are showing their ambition
The Bray Airshow once again brought all manner of strange and interesting aircraft to Irish skies last month. But there are two particular aircraft that Irish airplane spotters will be watching closely for in the years to come.
To the uninitiated they will look very much like the other commercial jets that glide into Dublin with ever increasing frequency. The likely arrival of the Boeing 737 MAX in the colours of Ryanair and the less...
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