Courtesy: Dublin Weston Airport On Tuesday 18th June the first visit of an Falcon 2000 to Dublin Weston Airport took place with the arrival of Falcon 2000LX c/n 089 M-SNAP of Aviation Holding Services Ltd. The airport enables faster transfers to key Dublin business districts and the greater region. Over the years Weston has hosted a variety of business jets such as Bombardier Challenger 300/604/605 series, Citation 10, Gulfstream 3, Hawker 800 and Legacy 600. A new high quality restaurant is expected to open at Weston in August following completion of renovations currently in progress. Dublin Weston Airport caters for corporate and general aviation aircraft. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 19th June 2013 All Rights Reserved.
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Boeing and Ryanair today finalized a firm order for 175 Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft valued at $15.6 billion at list prices enabling Ryanair to grow its fleet to over 400 aircraft by 2019. The order, originally announced as a commitment on 19th March, is Boeing's largest ever aircraft order from a European airline,and the largest industrial order in the history of the Irish State and was concluded by Ryanair’s CEO, Michael O’Leary, and Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and chief executive, Ray Conner, at a ceremony today at the Paris Air Show. These 175 new Boeing aircraft will create more than 3,000 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers at Ryanair’s growing number of aircraft bases across Europe and will allow Ryanair to grow by about 5% p.a. over the next five years, taking Ryanair’s traffic to over 100m p.a. passengers by March 2019. Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and CEO Ray Conner said "