List of defunct airlines of the Republic of Ireland

This is a list of defunct airlines of the Republic of Ireland.[1][2]

Airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign Commenced operations Ceased operations Notes
AB Shannon 7L AZX 1995 1996 Branch of AB Airlines
Aer Arann RE REA AER ARANN 1970 2011 Rebranded as Stobart Air
Aer Arann Regional RE REA 2011 2014 Established as Aer Arann
Aer Leisure 1999 2000 Operated Boeing 737
Aer Lingus Commuter EI EIN 1984 1998 Merged into Aer Lingus
Aer Turas QT ATT QUEBEC TANGO 1962 2003
Aerlinte Eireann IN 1947 1970 Merged with Aer Lingus. Operated Lockheed L-749 Constellation
Air Contractors AG ABR 1998 2015 Rebranded ASL Airlines Ireland. Operated ATR 72
Avair 1978 1982
Aviajet 1983 2008 Virtual airline
Business City Direct 1992 1993 Founded by Patrick Byrne. Rebranded CityJet[3]
Capel Air 1971 1980 Alias Reindeer Travel[4]
Clyden Airways 1978 1981 Operated Douglas DC-3[5]
Cork Air Carriers 1971 1974 Operated Douglas DC-3[6]
EI-Air Exports EIX 1991 1995 Renamed/merged to Ireland Airways
Eirjet EIR EIRJET 2004 2006
EU Airways VE EUY EUROAIRWAYS  ?  ? [7]
EUjet VE EUY UNION JET 2003 2006
Euroceltic Airways 5Q WEXFORD 1999 2001
FlyU 2006 2008 Rebranded as Nex Aviation
Futura Gael F0 FGL APPLEWOOD 2007 2008
Hibernian Airlines 1966 1967 Alias Air Charters of Ireland. Acquired by Emerald Airways (Belfast). Operated Douglas C-47B[8]
Hunting Cargo Airlines AG ABR 1993 1998 Renamed/merged to Air Contractors
Interconair 1976 1977 Alias Intercon Air Ireland. Operated Bristol Britannia, Boeing 707-400[9]
Iona National Airways 1931 1994
Ireland Airways 2E EIX AIR EXPORTS 1991 1998 Alias El Air Exports. Operated BAe ATP, FH-227, Short 330, Short 360[10]
Ireland West Airways 1968 1971 Operated Piper Aztec, Piper Cherokee Six[11]
Irish Air Transport RDK IRISH TRANS 1993 1993 Operated Learjet 60, Short 360[12]
JetGreen Airways 2004 2004
Jetmagic GX JMG JETMAGIC 2003 2004
Kerry Airways 1970 1977 Third Level Carrier[13]
MyWay 2004 2004 Operated Airbus A320-200[14]
Nex Aviation 2006 2009 Rebranded from FlyU (2006–2008)
Norwegian Air International D8 IBK NORTRANS 2014 2021
Omega Airlines 1996 2000 [15]
Shannon Air 1964 1966 Operated Douglas DC-4, Douglas DC-7
Shannon Executive Aviation SXA SHANNONN EXEC 1983 1990 Operated Bell 222, Cessna 411, Piper PA-23, Swearingen Merlin[16]
Skynet Airlines SI SIH BLUEJET 2001 2004
Sonas Aviation SON SONAS 2020 2020 Renamed to ACASS Ireland. Operated Canadair Challenger 600[17]
Stobart Air RE STK STOBART 2014 2021
TransAer International Airlines T8 TLA TRANSLIFT 1997 2000 Rebranded from Translift Airways (1991–1997)
Translift Airways T8 TLA TRANSLIFT 1991 1997 Rebranded as TransAer International Airlines
Virgin Express Ireland VK VEI GREENISLE 1998 2001
XL Airways Ireland 2007 2008
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  9. “Interconair”. Airline History. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
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  11. “Ireland West Airways”. Airline History. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
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  13. “Kerry Airways”. Airline History. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  14. “MyWay”. Airline History. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  15. “Omega Airlines”. Airline History. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  16. “Shannon Executive Aviation”. Air History. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
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