Friday, 27 December 2019

Elite Events launches Private Flyer Dublin at Weston Airport

                                                 
Challenger 601 Image credit Mach.ie 
The Elite Luxury Events Ltd and Private Flyer IRL are to host Private Flyer Dublin at Weston Airport over weekend of 3-4th July 2020 as a unique aviation showcase event as 'Dublin's only exclusive jet-set lifestyle event'.

The event is open to fixed wing aircraft and helicopters with Weston Airport handling all requirements for the event including arrival slot time according to Elite Events Dublin website.

The event will be co-located with a lifestyle exhibition with a unique showcase of cars, aircraft, boats, fashion, golf and further luxury brands.

The Private Flyer exhibition features Aircraft Showcase, Charter or Share ownership and Pre-owned Aircraft.

Aircraft Showcase


Compare a range of aircraft from leading manufacturers side-by-side. You can even fly before you buy, by arranging a demo flight with one of our participating exhibitors.

Charter or Share

For those looking for alternatives to full ownership there will be companies on hand to help you explore options around charter and shared ownership.

Pre-owned Aircraft


In addition to the factory-new aircraft on display Private Flyer will also feature a number of pre-owned aircraft being presented for sale.

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Private Sky adds EI-ITN Bombardier Global 6000 vists Dublin

                                               
EI-ITN Global 6000 image credit FlightAware
Private Sky the trading name of Airlink Airways Ltd Ireland's largest business jet operator based at Shannon Airport second Bombardier Global 6000 registered EI-ITN .

The aircraft made a first visit to Dublin on Friday 29 November reported Dublin Movements blog.

EI-ITN Bombardier BD-700-1A10 was formerly registered as OE-ITN and is allocated callsign 'HYR700A' and is based at Moscow Vnukovo.

Private Sky has bases in Belfast City, Dublin Airport, London Stansted, Moscow with a fleet of Bombardier Challenger 850, Cessna 560XLs, Learjet 60s.

The Bombardier Global 6000 costs approximately $45.5 Million is powered is powered by Rolls-Royce Deutschland BR710A2-20 turbofan engines, which provide 65.6kN of thrust at take-off. The The aircraft flies at altitudes up to 51,000ft can fly nonstop for up to 6,000 nautical miles with a cruising speed of 488 knots (Mach 0.85) carrying 19 passengers.

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