Other Airlines Registered in Ireland
Ryanair is one of the biggest low-cost carriers in Europe, who's based in Dublin, Ireland. The airline was founded in 1984 and also has its base at London Stansted Airport. Ryanair UK, Buzz, Malta Air and Lauda are all sister airlines of Ryanair, which makes up a large number of market shares in Europe.
Ryanair operates a fleet of modern Boeing 737 aircraft across its routes.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland is an Irish subsidiary of SAS Scandinavian Airlines. The airline was founded in 2017 as n ACMI company, which supports all the SAS operations.
SAS Ireland operates a fleet of Airbus 320neos that are perfect for operations across Europe.
Stobart Air is an ACMI and charter operator, which was founded in 1970. Aer Lingus is the airline's biggest client and the airline flies to 43 routes in 11 countries. It operates with a fleet of ATR72 and ATR42, which are perfect for regional services.
CityJet is an ACMI company based in Dublin, Ireland. The airline was founded in 1993 with its first service being flights between Dublin and London City Airport, which operated on behalf of Virgin Atlantic. In 2000, Air France brought the company for its operations but later in 2014, it was sold to Intro Aviation.
Currently, the company flies routes from Aer Lingus, Air France, Brussels Airlines, Hop and SAS Scandinavian Airlines. It operates a fleet of Bombardier CRJ900 and Avro RJ85.