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Western promise spells good news for aviation sector

Shannon IASC is a symbol of how the Irish aviation industry is going from strength to strength, writes Chrissie Russell

12th November, 2017
Patrick Edmond, managing director, IASC and group strategy director, Shannon Group

Ireland’s aviation and aerospace industry is thriving, and nowhere is this more evident than at Shannon’s International Aviation Services Centre.

With an impressive growing list of almost 60 companies represented – including the world’s largest two lessors by size, GECAS and AerCap – Shannon is now the biggest aerospace industry cluster in the country, and a global go-to destination for world-renowned expertise in maintenance, technical services and leasing.

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