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Man quizzed following Customs seizure in Ennis

Customs officers have questioned a Russian man after they seized €15,000 worth of cigarettes and a motor vehicle in an intelligence-led operation in Co Clare.

Introduction of new Passport Card delayed

The Department of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that it's new Passport Card will not be available until September following an issue with the durability with the card.

Air Contractors wins major industry award

Air Contractors, has been named the ‘Aircraft Operator of the Year’ at the Irish Aviation Authority sponsored Irish Aviation Awards.

Ryanair to drop Shannon/Fuerteventura service this winter

Ryanair has been forced to drop one of its year-round services from Shannon this winter because of a ‘lack of aircraft capacity’ even though the airline will still ground 50 planes for the season.

New owner for former Transaero company

The new owner of the former aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company Transaero Engineering Ireland has been confirmed as Patrick Jordan while the new business will be known as Atlantic Aviation Group.
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Transaero exits examinership

Shannon-based Fine Gael Senator for Clare, Tony Mulcahy today congratulated the workers and management of Transaero in Shannon on successfully exiting examinership this week.

World’s biggest plane to visit Shannon Airport

The worlds largest airplane will make a rare visit to Shannon this weekend with hundreds of plane spotters from all over the country expected to converge on the airport.

Fire crews battle fires near Kilmaley

Fire crews from Ennis, Ennistymon and Kilrush have been battling bog fires between Darragh and Kilmaley.
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