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- Airport Flying Club
The Airport Flying Club are a non-profit, non-commercial flying club based at Weston Airport, Co. Kildare, Ireland. They were formed in 1975 and based at Dublin airport until October 2008 when General Aviation ceased to exist at that location.
- Connaught Aero Club
Connaught Aero Club operate a Registered Training Facility (RTF) at Ireland West Airport "Knock" where they carry out Fixed Wing Training to P.P.L standard. The Airport is situated close to Charlestown in Co. Mayo and is Ireland's fourth international air
- Galway Flying Club
The Galway Flying Club, resident at Galway Airport, is today a successful and vibrant voluntary club that provides excellent facilities for its members and encourages the next generation of enthusiasts to take up aeroplane flying as a leisure activity.
- Ormand Flying Club
The Ormand Flying Club are based at Birr Airfield in Co. Offaly. They offer fixed wing training to PPL(A) and PPL(M) standard. They regularly hold fly-ins throughout the year.
- Pembrokeshire Flying Club
Pembrokeshire Flying Club based in Haverfordwest in Wales is only a short sea crossing from Ireland and well within reach of many Irish airfields. The club regularly run events and welcome Irish pilots to participate.
- Sligo Aero Club
Sligo Aeronautical Club Ltd. - formerly Sligo Aero Club Ltd. - are based at Sligo Airport and have been in existence for 32 years. They provide instruction to PPL level using a Cessna 152 & Cessna 172.
- Sligo Light Aviation Club
Sligo Light Aviation Club
- Trim Flying Club
Trim Flying Club operates from Trim Airfield (EITM),Ireland, situated in the heart of the Boyne valley of Meath about 15 minutes flying time from the east coast, Dublin and Weston. They operate two Cessna 172's for PPL training and member hire.
Based at Abbeyshrule Airport, Ultraflight Flight Club Training Ltd is the latest innovation in recreational flying. Ultraflight is an approved Registered Training Facility (RTF), the first one in Ireland to be approved by the Irish Aviation Authority to t
- Wexford Flying Club
The Wexford Flying Club operates a Scheibe Motorfalke SF25C for EASA PPL and EASA LAPL licence training. They are based at ILAS Airfield in Co. Wexford
- Atlantic Flight Training Academy
Founded in 1995 Atlantic Flight Training Academy is based at Cork Airport and operates a fleet of Cessna and Piper aircraft. Atlantic provide training to fATPL level.
- Executive Helicopters
Founded in 1998, Executive Helicopters is one of Irelands most successful helicopter companies. In 2007 they opened a new 15,000 sq ft Hangar facility in Galway Airport. They are also the sales agent for the Robinson Helicopters, the world's leading produ
Flightwise are based at Weston Airport and operate a Grob 115 and Cessna 172.
- National Flight Centre
National Flight Centre is Ireland's biggest Flight Training Organisation and is based at Weston Airport. They have a fleet of Cessna 150/152's, Cessna 172, Piper Cubs and a Beechcraft Duchess. They can provide training to fATPL level.
- Shannon Flightsim Centre
Shannon Flight Sim Centre offers a range of familiarisation and training sessions for individual Commercial Pilots, Flight Schools, Aircraft Maintenance and Air Traffic Control training organisations.
- Simtech Aviation
Simtech is a JAR TRTO approved training organisation providing a range of training services to airline personnel and to career pilots and simulator engineers. They have recently opened a state of the art simulator centre in the Dublin Airport Logistics pa
- Skywest Aviation
Skywest Aviation started as EireCopter Helicopters in 1990 as a registered flight training facility based at Weston Airport. They continue to operate from Newcastle, Weston and Cork Airports.
- Air Accident Investigation Unit
The Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) is part of the Department of Transport, and is responsible for the investigation of aircraft accidents and serious incidents within Ireland and in certain cases to Irish registered aircraft abroad.
- Commission for Aviation Regulation
The Commission is an independent public body under the auspices of the Department of Transport. The principal function of the Commission is in the area of price regulation at Dublin Airport and Aviation Terminal Services Charges at Dublin, Cork and Shanno
- Irish Aviation Authority
The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is a commercial state-sponsored company which was established on 1 January 1994 to provide air navigation services in Irish-controlled airspace, and to regulate safety standards within the Irish civil aviation industry.
- Altitude Insurance
General Aviation Insurance Intermediary offering Hull and Liability coverage for both Private and Commercial aircraft operators, Airport Owners and Operators and other Aviation related Operators/ Insurances.
- Boyd Medical
IAA Approved Class 2 medicals in the Leixlip Area.
- Kestrel Engineering
Kestrel Engineering Ltd. supply wheel deflators incorporating a silencer to airlines and MRO's through-out the world.
- Irish Ballooning Association
The Irish Ballooning Association is affiliated to the National Aero Club of Ireland, the FAI and the Commission Internationale d'Aerostation which is the international governing body of ballooning. As the representative body for hot air ballooning in Irel
- Irish Gliding and Soaring Association
The Irish Gliding and Soaring Association (IGSA) is the National Governing Body for Gliding in the Republic of Ireland. It manages gliding in conjunction with the Irish Aviation Authority. The IGSA is affiliated to National Aero Club of Ireland, European
- Irish Hang Gliding & Para Gliding Association
The IHPA is the National Association for the sports of Hang Gliding, Paragliding, Paramotoring and Powered Hang Gliding in Ireland. They were founded in 1974 as the Irish Hang Gliding Association and later expanded to include the newer sports of paraglidi
- Irish Light Aviation Society
Formerly known as the Society of Amateur Aircraft Constructors (SAAC), they have recently merged with the Classic and Aerobatic Club of Ireland to form the Irish Light Aircraft Society.
- Model Aeronautics Council of Ireland
MACI is the largest aviation association in Ireland, representing a membership of almost 1,000 from every walk of life, income level and age group. MACI is a self-supporting, non-profit organisation whose purpose is to promote development of model aviatio
- National Microlight Association of Ireland
The National Microlight Association of Ireland (NMAI) is the representing body for microlights in Ireland. Their aim is to promote the sport of Microlight Flying.
- PC Pilots Ireland
Based in Ireland's capital city Dublin, PC Pilots Ireland was started in 1993 by two friends, Terry McGee and Ian Broni who wanted to share their hobby with other Flight Sim users. They hold regular 'fly-ins' throughout the year where members meet up and