Events List

If you are organising an event or know of an event that’s not listed below please let us know! You’ll find our contact details on the “Contact Us” page.

  • Sun
    28
    Jan
    2018
    12:00 pmWeston Airport. Co. Kildare

    See the members area of www.ilas.ie for more details.

  • Wed
    07
    Feb
    2018
    8:00 pmWynns Hotel, Abbey Street, Dublin 1

    RAeS LECTURE NOTICE

    FEBRUARY 2018

    SPEAKER: Mr. Enda Corneille (Emirates Manager, Ireland)

    TITLE: “Emirates and their Growth in Ireland“

    DATE: Wednesday 7th February 2018

    SYNOPSIS:

    Our speaker Enda Corneille has worked for Aer Lingus, EC Gen Consulting and IATA, before becoming Country Manager for Emirates Airline in Dublin. He is also a Board Member of The Joint Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce.

    Emirates have been involved in flying out of Dublin for approximately six years. His talk centres on the growth of Emirates in this time and the potential for the future.

    Members and Non-Members Welcome !

    TIME: 8.00 pm

    VENUE: Abbey Room,

    Wynn’s Hotel

    Lower Abbey Street,

    Dublin

  • Thu
    08
    Feb
    2018
    Airbus UK - Broughton Facility

    A V I A T I O N - E V E N T

    In Search of The Beluga..............

    Airliner Experience has been granted permission by European aircraft manufacturer Airbus, for an Enthusiasts Group Visit to the impressive Airbus UK - Broughton facility.

    This Once Off visit will take place on February 8th 2018.

    When it comes to Airbus Industries the big names are Toulouse and Hamburg. Often Spain and the UK are forgotten about. The Broughton facility in North Wales is where the wings for the giant A380, new to the market A350, the A330 and A320 family are manufactured along with other major components.

    Transportation of these enormous and awkward sections is performed by a complicated logistics operation combining air, sea and road. By air it’s the role of the Airbus A300-600ST Beluga fleet to deliver the goods. It is not often members of the public gain access to Airbus UK – Broughton. Our group visit will see us enter the manufacturing facility where we will view the wing production process among other operations.

    If an Airbus Beluga is present during our visit, there is a possibility we may view the aircraft. With only five in existence the Beluga is truly a rare aircraft. A replacement for the ageing A300-600ST Beluga is currently being developed by Airbus based on the A330-200. With flight testing planned to begin during 2018 the Beluga XL is expected to enter service with the manufacturer in 2019. Our visit may be the final chance to experience the original Beluga at this famous facility.

    For this unique opportunity to visit the iconic Airbus UK production facility and view some of it’s secrets along with a possible Airbus Beluga viewing - Don’t miss out – Act now !

    Airbus Awaits.............

    If you are interested please let me know ASAP

    Registration process will be through Airliner Experience.

    For more details including Outline Itinerary and to Register Your Interest email airliner-experience@live.com

    View www.facebook.com/AirlinerExperience

  • Wed
    28
    Feb
    2018
    8:00 pmWynns Hotel, Abbey Street, Dublin 1

    John Kearney will speak about Community Rapid Response attempting to deliver professional pre-hospital care directly to the site of medical emergencies throughout Ireland.

    The group intends to provide the Republic’s first dedicated charity funded helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS).

  • Fri
    09
    Mar
    2018
    2:00 pmMaldron Hotel, Dublin Airport

  • Fri
    09
    Mar
    2018
    7:00 pmClayton Hotel, Burlington Road

    Join the aviation industry for a spectacular evening of networking and entertainment.

    The 2018 Aviation Gala Ball will be held on the 9th of March in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road and will be a Black Tie Return of the Gatsby Themed Event.

    This is an amazing opportunity to raise funds for the Irish Historic Flight Foundation.

    Glamorous Reception will begin at 7.00pm

    Tickets cost €200 per seat or €2,000 per table. Pay directly through the link on this site or contact the below for other options. For information on the event contact Lorna Mullen by email on AviationBall@heybackup.com or call 01 201 3388.

    The IAA recognises the many benefits of supporting the IHFF and we really do hope you can show your support as well. We expect it to fill up fast so don't delay!

  • Wed
    21
    Mar
    2018
    6:30 pmBallyroan Library

    A talk by local historian David Power

    Ballyroan Library

    Wednesday 21st March at 6:30 pm

     

    BOOKING OPEN NOW AT

    WWW.BALLYROANLIBRARY.EVENTBRITE.IE

    South Dublin Libraries has a good collection of photos of the aerodrome which is on display at Ballyroan.

     

    https://www.eventbrite.ie/o/ballyroan-library-2184216231 

    https://www.facebook.com/BallyroanLibrary/

  • Fri
    23
    Mar
    2018
    7:30 pmClayton Hotel Leopardstown

    More details to follow

  • Sat
    24
    Mar
    2018
    10:00 amCroke Park - Dublin

    Training to be a pilot is a unique learning experience, which is character-building, complex, and challenging. The training demands high levels of self-discipline and determination, across a variety of physiological and practical skill-sets. But success will reward those who meet the required high standards, with a well-respected, exciting and fulfilling career.

    Ask any professional pilot and they will tell you… despite the early morning starts in the depths of winter, delayed flight schedules and irregular work patterns, they would not change their career for any other.

    By visiting this website you could have already made the first step to becoming a pilot. Take the next step and book your tickets now. Make it part of your checklist!

    USE PROMO CODE "FII18" TO CLAIM YOUR FREE TICKETS!

    Who should attend?

    • Anyone with an ambition to be an airline or military pilot.
    • Anyone currently in education with an aspiration to be a professional pilot.
    • Career change? If you are considering a career in the skies and want to know where to start, Pilot Careers Live is a ‘must attend’ event.
    • Military pilots leaving the service, now considering a new career with the airlines.
    • School/College Career Advisors – An opportunity to gather reference material about the career.
    • Those interested in commercial helicopter flying opportunities.

    You do not need to be an expert on pilot training to attend. The exhibition will equip you with enough knowledge about the pilot training process, ensuring you get the best possible, independent advice at the start of your career.

  • Sat
    24
    Mar
    2018
    7:30 pmInternational Hotel Cork Airport

    Details to follow.

  • Sun
    08
    Apr
    2018
    9:00 amBirr Airfield (EIBR)

    Website Here.

     

  • Wed
    25
    Apr
    2018
    8:00 pmWynns Hotel, Abbey Street, Dublin 1

  • Sun
    29
    Apr
    2018
    ILAS Field, Co. Wexford

    Details to follow

  • Thu
    03
    May
    2018
    7:30 pmFinnstown Castle Hotel, Lucan

    Further details HERE.

    Speaker: Julian Scarfe

    Venue: Finnstown Castle Hotel, Lucan

    Date: Thursday 3rd May, 19:30

    Julian Scarfe is a Vice President of Europe Air Sports, which represents national aeroclubs and pan-European organisations at EASA and the European Commission.

    Other than a cerebral few, most of us quickly switch off when the subject turns to aviation regulation. But this leaves basic but important questions unanswered. This session provides a great opportunity to get answers to such questions as:

    • "Annex I"? - "Annex II"? What do they mean and why is it important to me? What is their future under EASA?
    • Why does EASA not allow me to just build or restore any aircraft that I like?
    • Why can't I just fly anywhere in my Permit aircraft and how can I get 'freedom of the skies' despite EASA?
    • What are the options for pilots licenses under EASA and how do I train for them and maintain them.
    • What privileges do they provide?
    • I have heard EASA are out to destroy permit aviation. Are they?

    Julian will also reflect on the next stages following the completion of the new EASA Basic Regulation and how permit aviation will be effected by the changes. His views on how small permit associations such as ours can 'punch above our weight' will be important in helping us to influence the implementing rules that will give effect to the new BR.

    The possible departure of Britain from EASA is another hot topic exercising our minds at present and once again, Julian is well placed to provide informed speculation as to the effects and how it can be handled.

    MORE INFORMATION...

    Europe Air Sports
    Established in 1988 as a non-profit organisation, Europe Air Sports goal mission is to represent the interests of pilots and light aircraft owners / operators in civil aviation regulatory developments.

    EAS supports a European regulatory environment that is proportionate to the complexity of aircraft and the nature of flight operation. A minimal amount of regulation to ensure flight safety, access to airspace, free movement and efficient and cost-effective organisation for operations, are of paramount importance for air sports to survive and thrive

    ILAS is a member of EFLEVA at European level, which in turn is a member of EAS.

    Julian Scarfe

    Julian has been engaged in the innovative safety regulation of general aviation for more than 8 years. He flies a 1966 Twin Comanche around the UK and Europe, under IFR and VFR, for both business and leisure.

    He is a proponent of total system safety management, based on evidence and risk, and participates in a number of strategic safety groups at the EASA, including the GA Task Force and the GA Sectorial Committee. He chaired the rulemaking group at EASA that developed aircrew and operational requirements for the use of Performance Based Navigation. In 2012, he was a member of the Challenge Panel that undertook the Red Tape Challenge of the UK's regulation of GA. More recently, he organised and facilitated a workshop at EASA aimed at alleviating the regulatory/certification requirements for electronic conspicuity deployment in GA.

    In 2016 and 2017, he was closely involved with the recast of the Basic Regulation, including an invitation to discuss specific aspects of it in the Council's Aviation Working Group.

  • Sat
    05
    May
    2018
    12:00 pmLimetree Airfield

    NMAI AGM & Fly-In will take place at Limetree Airfield on Saturday 5th Mat at 12:00. Details will be sent directly to members.

  • Sat
    12
    May
    2018
    Sun
    13
    May
    2018
    10:00 amCarrickmore Airfield

    Carrickmore Flying Club near Omagh in N. Ireland are hoping to run a fly-in event on Saturday 12th - Sunday 13th May 2018.

    Carrickmore Flying Club is situated near Omagh in N. Ireland.

    Airfield details are as follows:

    2 NM S of Carrickmore, co-ordinates:
    N 54:34.276
    W 007:02.654

    Freq: 129.825
    Elev: 541ft

    RW 08/26

    Length: 375 x 5 metres (plus 105 metre run-off area at 26 end of the runway)

    All circuits are performed to the north of the field so it's a left-hand circuit on RW 08 and a right-hand circuit on RW 26.

    Pilots familiar with STOL operations welcome.

    Should the weather be unsuitable the backup dates will be the 26th & 27th May 2018.

    For those of you who may have further to travel here are some suggestions for local guesthouses, etc in the local area. Camping is also available at the strip for those that like to get close to the elements!

    Looking forward to seeing you all there!

  • Tue
    15
    May
    2018
    Hangar 6 - Dublin Airport

    A V I A T I O N - E V E N T

    The ATR - Inside Out..............

    Stobart Air – Group Visit - Hangar 6 Maintenance Facility – Dublin Airport

    Airliner Experience has obtained permission from Stobart Air and Dublin Airport Authority for an Enthusiasts Group Visit to the airlines Maintenance Facility at Hangar 6, Dublin Airport.

    This exciting Tour will take place on Tuesday May 15th 2018.

    The Visit

    The reasonably ‘new-comer’ to the airline industry, Stobart Air has essentially been operating the regional branch of Aer Lingus. Up until now, the single aircraft type fleet has enabled the airline to become experts in turboprop commuter airliners, using the venerable ATR. The 42 & 72 series of ATR have carved out their own niche for the airline and are soon to be joined by Stobart’s first jet aircraft, the Embraer E-195.   

    Once Airport Security has been accessed, the group will enter the enormous Hangar 6 during the busy maintenance programme. Stobart Air Engineering staff will be on hands to meet and greet. The group will enjoy a company presentation and Q&A session. The aim is to enjoy an ATR in close proximity with an overall inspection of the type. 

    For this exciting opportunity to experience the often over-looked ATR regional aircraft, seen often performing services into and out of Dublin Airport but rarely explored up close in a hangar environment,   Don’t miss out – Join us !

    If interested please let me know ASAP

    Registration process will be through Airliner Experience.

    For more details including Outline Itinerary and to Register Your Interest email airliner-experience@live.com

    View www.facebook.com/AirlinerExperience

  • Wed
    30
    May
    2018
    8:00 pmWynns Hotel, Abbey Street, Dublin 1

    SPEAKER:    Alan Downey, Sr. Project Manager at Willis Lease

    TITLE:   “CFM56 Engines“

    Alan  began his aviation career with the Aer Lingus Apprentice Class of ’91. He has been a line maintenance engineer for various airlines including Ryanair and Germania.  Alan is currently Technical Director for Willis Lease in Dublin and has spent close to ten years in leasing.

    Willis Lease is a premier independent jet engine lessor in the commercial finance space and has been a pioneer in aviation solutions for over 30 years. As of December 31, 2017, the Company had a total lease portfolio consisting of 225 engines and related equipment, 16 aircraft and 7 other leased parts and equipment with a net book value of $1.343 billion in its lease portfolio.

    The CFM International CFM56 series is a family of high-bypass turbofan aircraft engines made by CFM International (CFMI), with a thrust range of 18,500 to 34,000 pounds-force (82 to 150 kilonewtons). CFMI is a 50–50 joint-owned company of Safran Aircraft Engines (formerly known as Snecma), France, and GE Aviation (GE), United States.

    The CFM56 first ran in 1974.Different versions have been used on re-engined KC-135s and DC-8s, on the E-3D and E-6, on the B737-300 and later, on the A320 series and A340

    Alan’s talk will outline the history of the CFM56 model by model with focus on their strengths and weaknesses focussing on deterioration and failures based on the experience of Willis Lease whose engines run in every environment type for almost every airline in the world. In addition he intends to discuss the  current CFM56-7B fan blades issues.

    DATE:  Wednesday 30 May 2018 

    TIME:  8.00  pm

    VENUE:  Abbey Room,

                  Wynn’s Hotel

                  Lower Abbey Street,                                                                        

                  Dublin 1.

  • Sat
    02
    Jun
    2018
    10:00 amGublusk Townland, Co. Fermanagh

    The only details so far about this events are HERE.

  • Sun
    03
    Jun
    2018
    10:00 amBallyboy Airfield, Co. Meath

    Website here.

  • Sat
    09
    Jun
    2018
    12:00 pmKernan Aviation, Tandragee

    All welcome, up to date details here.

  • Sat
    23
    Jun
    2018
    Sun
    24
    Jun
    2018
    ILAS Field, Co. Wexford

    Details to follow.

  • Sat
    23
    Jun
    2018
    Sun
    24
    Jun
    2018
    Tibohine Airfield, Frenchpark

    Fly-In on the weekend of 23/24th June, all welcome. Further details from James Morrisroe at 086 2500153,

  • Fri
    29
    Jun
    2018
    Sun
    01
    Jul
    2018
    9:00 amSanicole Airfield - (EBLE)
  • Sat
    30
    Jun
    2018
    Sun
    01
    Jul
    2018
    Finn Valley Airfield, Co. Donegal

    Finn valley flying club fly in and barbecue Saturday the 30th June and Sunday the 1st of July 2018. Barbecue for visiting pilots both days. Saturday night session in the club house for any staying pilots and club members. Camping and local b&b available. Electrical hook up available for anyone wishing to bring a camper/caravan. Airfield details can be found on the website: www.finnvalleyflyingclub.com

  • Sun
    01
    Jul
    2018
    5:00 pmLough Sheelin Airfield, Co. Cavan

    Fly-In and BBQ at Lough Sheelin Airfield on July 1 at 17.00. Everyone welcome, BBQ weather permitting.

  • Sat
    07
    Jul
    2018
  • Sat
    21
    Jul
    2018
    12:00 pmKilkeel, Co. Down

    The Nicholson family would like to invite you to new date for their annual fly-in event at Derryogue Airfield, Kilkeel in N. Ireland on Saturday 21st July 2018.

    Airfield details are as follows:

    N: 54.03.041
    W: 006.01.786

    Runway 01/19 Dimensions 790m x 12m grass

    Airfield Elevation: 68 ft amsl

    Frequency: 123.45 Mhz

    For further details please contact

    Gary Nicholson +44 7740 984246

    Greg Nicholson +44 7802 460966

    Information for Pilots:

    Freecall 123.450 for airfield information and joining instructions. Derryogue is an uncontrolled airport so all communications from the ground are for information purposes only, all manoeuvres are at pilot discretion. We will be as helpful as possible with setting up the circuit and assisting all aircraft on arrival and departure. Maintain a good visual awareness, the circuit can be very busy with up to 5 or 6 aircraft at any given time. Maintain good separation and do 'S' turns if necessary on the approach. Be aware aircraft may also be backtracking. Most aircraft will be arriving about 1300 local time.

    All circuits will be done to the WEST of the airfield. Left hand circuit if 36 is in use and right hand circuit if 18 is in use. On the aerial view attached below there are a few highlighted areas which we would like all pilots to avoid to create as little disruption for the neighbours as possible, this is gratefully appreciated.

    On the ground there will be marshallers to assist with parking.

    For departures and Go-Arounds we would ask that runway heading is maintained until 500ft AGL for noise abatement then make a left or right turnout as required.

    An alternative airfield is "Aughrim", which is 1.8 niles North of Derryogue landing on runway 35 only.

    Enjoy the fantastic the scenery the Mournes have to offer on the way!

    Information for everyone else:

    We ask that dogs are not brought to the day, as they can run into harms way and cause problems.

    Also aircraft can be dangerous and fragile. Never approach an aircraft that has a running engine, propellors can become invisible when turning. Please respect people's airplanes, do not touch any aircraft or any propellor, propellors can start without warning if moved. Do not cross the runway unless escorted at the designated crossing point.

  • Sat
    21
    Jul
    2018
    1:00 pmKilkeel, Co. Down

    The Nicholson family would like to invite you to new date for their annual fly-in event at Derryogue Airfield, Kilkeel in N. Ireland on Saturday 21st July 2018.

    Airfield details are as follows:

    N: 54.03.041
    W: 006.01.786

    Runway 01/19 Dimensions 790m x 12m grass

    Airfield Elevation: 68 ft amsl

    Frequency: 123.45 Mhz

    For further details please contact

    Gary Nicholson +44 7740 984246

    Greg Nicholson +44 7802 460966

    Information for Pilots:

    Freecall 123.450 for airfield information and joining instructions. Derryogue is an uncontrolled airport so all communications from the ground are for information purposes only, all manoeuvres are at pilot discretion. We will be as helpful as possible with setting up the circuit and assisting all aircraft on arrival and departure. Maintain a good visual awareness, the circuit can be very busy with up to 5 or 6 aircraft at any given time. Maintain good separation and do 'S' turns if necessary on the approach. Be aware aircraft may also be backtracking. Most aircraft will be arriving about 1300 local time.

    All circuits will be done to the WEST of the airfield. Left hand circuit if 36 is in use and right hand circuit if 18 is in use. On the aerial view attached below there are a few highlighted areas which we would like all pilots to avoid to create as little disruption for the neighbours as possible, this is gratefully appreciated.

    On the ground there will be marshallers to assist with parking.

    For departures and Go-Arounds we would ask that runway heading is maintained until 500ft AGL for noise abatement then make a left or right turnout as required.

    An alternative airfield is "Aughrim", which is 1.8 niles North of Derryogue landing on runway 35 only.

    Enjoy the fantastic the scenery the Mournes have to offer on the way!

    Information for everyone else:

    We ask that dogs are not brought to the day, as they can run into harms way and cause problems.

    Also aircraft can be dangerous and fragile. Never approach an aircraft that has a running engine, propellors can become invisible when turning. Please respect people's airplanes, do not touch any aircraft or any propellor, propellors can start without warning if moved. Do not cross the runway unless escorted at the designated crossing point.

  • Sun
    22
    Jul
    2018
    10:00 amNewtownards - (EGAD)

  • Sat
    28
    Jul
    2018
    12:00 pmFoynes, Co. Limerick
  • Sat
    28
    Jul
    2018
    Sun
    29
    Jul
    2018
    12:00 pmBray Seafront, Co. Wicklow
  • Sat
    04
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    05
    Aug
    2018
    12:00 pmCraughwell Airfield, Co. Galway

    The group of ILAS members at Craughwell look forward to welcoming visitors to their fly-in on the August bank holiday weekend.  This is becoming a favourite event for ILAS members and always manages to draw a good crowd.  This year promises to be as good if not better.

    Camping on the field will be possible.

    ILAS are planning to bring their recently acquired test equipment to the event and there will be a demonstration of dynamic prop balancing. Registration and PPR from Seamus Coughlan on Phone 091 848067  and 087 1208393. 

  • Sat
    04
    Aug
    2018
    3:00 pmRush, Co. Dublin

  • Mon
    06
    Aug
    2018
    10:00 amBirr Airfield (EIBR)
  • Sat
    11
    Aug
    2018
    10:00 amNewcastle, Co. Down

  • Sun
    12
    Aug
    2018
    12:00 pmAFTA, Cork Airport

    This is a great opportunity to come visit our academy, meet with our instructors and staff, and of course take a look at our modern fleet of aircraft and simulators. Please be on time as our surprise guest speaker will be addressing the audience at 12.00 pm sharp.

    Everybody welcome 🙂 post code T12NX7D. More details here and www.afta.ie

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018
    Coonagh Airfield - (EICN)

    More details to follow.

  • Sun
    26
    Aug
    2018
    ILAS Field, Co. Wexford

    Details to follow

  • Sat
    01
    Sep
    2018
    Sun
    02
    Sep
    2018
  • Sat
    15
    Sep
    2018
    10:00 amCasement Aerodrome, Baldonnel

    The Military History Society of Ireland (MHSI) by kind permission of the GOC Air Corps will host a Seminar on

    Military Aviation in Ireland - The formative years 1912-1923

    Sat 15th September 18 at Casement Aerodrome, Baldonnel.

    Speakers:

    • Lar Joye,
    • Brig Gen Seán Clancy,
    • Guy Warner (defending Dublin’s Trade, the role of air power 1915-1918), Brig Gen Paul Fry (retd) (A flying visit – No 2 Sqn in Ireland 1913),
    • Pat McCarthy (Flying Training in Ireland),
    • Joe Gleeson (Irish Aces of WW1),
    • Lar Joye (the RAF in the War of Independence),
    • Pat McCarthy (Irish Air Corps operations during the Civil War).

    Also tours of the Air Corps Museum. No charge but ticket and ID required for entry (limited spaces). Free car parking, tea/coffee break, lunch. 

    Sponsorship by Dublin Port Company

    More on the MHSI at http://www.mhsi.ie/ 

    Tickets at HERE

  • Wed
    19
    Sep
    2018
    10:00 amCrowne Plaza Northwood Hotel

    Article with full details of the event HERE.

  • Sun
    30
    Sep
    2018
    10:00 amCarlton Hotel Dublin Airport

    The “Aviation Fair” is back this year, after a one year gap, under the auspices of Weir Park Books and Models, the Lucan based specialist transport bookseller. The Fair is on Sunday 30th September 2018 from 10am to 5pm in the Clouds Suite, Carlton Airport Hotel. Profits are going to Barretstown Children's Charity (https://www.barretstown.org/).

    We intend that the Fair this year will be a family friendly event with aviation and transport related exhibits and collectables, also the Clouds Suite balcony will be available to view the activity on the runway.
    Admission will be €3 per adult (children free accompanied by an adult) (proceeds to Barretstown) with free parking.  The Fair will cover all aspects of aviation activity and details of exhibitors and traders will be posted shortly on our website http://aviationfair.wixsite.com/aviationfair. If you have any queries regarding the Fair please send an email to: aviationfairdublin2018@gmail.com

  • Sun
    30
    Sep
    2018
    10:00 amBirr Airfield (EIBR)

  • Wed
    03
    Oct
    2018
    8:00 pmWynns Hotel, Abbey Street, Dublin 1

    RAeS Lecture - “How digital will lead the way in Asset Management” 

    LECTURE NOTICE

    October 3rd  2018

    SPEAKER:  Alok Anand , Chairman and CEO at Acumen Aviation

    TITLE:  How digital will lead the way in Asset Management

    DATE:  Wednesday October 3rd 2018 

    SYNOPSIS:

    Alok began his aviation career as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. In 2009, he founded Acumen Aviation, now a global group providing state of the art Asset Management services to the Aviation Finance Industry. Acumen has a wide customer base which includes major lessors and banks.

    Alok’s talk will outline the usage of new technologies in creating an efficient Asset Management eco-system.

    TIME:      8.00 pm

    VENUE:  Abbey Room, Wynn’s Hotel, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1.

  • Fri
    05
    Oct
    2018
    7:00 pmDunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise

    More details HERE

  • Sat
    06
    Oct
    2018
    11:00 amDunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise

    More details HERE

  • Wed
    24
    Oct
    2018
    8:00 pmWeston Airport, Co. Kildare

    The Weston Wing Wobblers are organising a talk for general aviation pilots by a meteorologist from Met Eireann.

    Title: Are you Weather Wise

    Date; 24.10.18

    Venue: Weston Airport terminal room 20

    Starting time: 20.00

    Admission is free.

  • Sat
    27
    Oct
    2018
    11:00 amDerryogue Airfield, Kilkeel

  • Sun
    04
    Nov
    2018
    5:00 pmFoynes Flying Boat Museum, Co. Limerick
  • Thu
    15
    Nov
    2018
    Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin

    Following on from the spectacular success of last year’s sell out event, I am delighted to announce the launch of Air Ball 2018! Please note Thursday 15 November 2018 in your diaries as a night not to be missed. Last year this event saw the Aviation Community come together to raise a whopping €58,000 for Darndale Children’s Centre.  The aim for 2018 is to raise even more money for worthwhile charities. I look forward to seeing you on the night! Details HERE.


Back to Top ↑