Helicopter company believes business about to take off again
Helicopter firm Andona has moved to expand its facility near Dublin Airport
Helicopter firm Andona has moved to expand its facility near Dublin Airport – a potential sign that the good times are back, for some at least.
During the Celtic Tiger years, helicopters were a staple of the wealthy with nearly 300 landings of the aircraft recorded each day at the Galway Races in 2005.
Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) figures at the time showed the number of helicopters registered in Ireland increased significantly from 56 to 113 in...
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