Rescue 115 completes long-range mission

The Shannon-based Irish Coast Guard helicopter undertook a long-range medevac (medical evacuation) mission of the southwest coast on yesterday afternoon. 

Emergency Aeromedical Service celebrates 10th anniversary

This afternoon the Defence Forces Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Seán Clancy and the General Officer Commanding Air Corps, Brigadier General Rory O’Connor attended the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Emergency Aeromedical Service in  Baldonnel Aerodrome.

Crewman airlifted from vessel by Rescue 115

A seriously ill crew member has been airlifted from a Spanish fishing vessel off the south west coast of Ireland.

EAS air ambulance airlifts 3000th patient

Irelands first Emergency Aeromedical Service (EAS) air ambulance has airlifted its 3000th patient.

Two injured in dirt bike collision in North Clare

One teenager has been airlifted while another was transported by road to hospital following a collision between two dirt bikes in North Clare this afternoon.

Fire crews deal with blaze near Doolough

Fire crews from Clare County Fire and Rescue  Service have spent most of the day dealing with a gorse and forestry fire near Connolly.

Air Corps assists fire crew with Burren fire

An Irish Air Corps helicopter has been assisting fire crews who have been tackling a large scrub fire in the Burren National Park in Co Clare.

One airlifted to hospital following Rineen crash

One person has been airlifted to hospital following a road traffic collision in Co Clare this afternoon.

Swedish Royals added to airport’s ‘Wall of Fame’

The King and Queen of Sweden have joined the list of monarchs to visit and fly through Shannon Airport, a Shannon Group company, as they completed their three-day visit to Ireland at the weekend.