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Intra Jersey DC-3146 viewsIntra Jersey was one of the many small charter outfits that operated with DC-3s in the 1960s and 1970s. G-AMPY was operated by many of these and is seen here on the south ramp after operating a flower charter in May 1973.G Frost
An-2 142 viewsLY-AFOsaxdude
Puma169 viewsPetroleum Helicopters Puma N-4731 which was used for oil rig support during 1978.G Frost
Aer Lingus Iolar143 viewsAre Lingus D.H. Dragon EI-ABI "Iolar",on the ramp at Cork during the 25 year celebrations in October 1986.G Frost
Another prang!286 viewsFairchild Argus G-AJSN ground looped on landing on RWY 25 in May 1967. The picture shows it being "removed" by the Aer Lingus baggage handlers. They placed it on the corner of the south ramp where the weather played havoc with it that summer.G Frost
Noratlas225 viewsPrior to the C-160 Transalls being used for training flights by the French Air Force int Cork, Noratlas aircraft were common sights. Here an example back-tracks RWY 35 with its Hercules slieve valve engines popping and crackling and its braking system hissing and squealing! Sure beats the roar of a jet engine!!!!G Frost
Airport '86258 viewsAn inprobable scene at the 25 year celebrations in October 1986 showing both an hot air balloon and a parachute along with crowded balconies (not to mention the top of the control tower)G Frost
Helio Courier228 viewsHelio Courier G-ARMU, seen here on a foggy day in 1969, was owned by jerry O'Leary who had a farm strip near Macroom. It was re-registered EI-ATG and a year later was returned to the UK.G Frost

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C-FTGI Douglas (Basler) Turbo DC-3242 viewsC-FTGI Douglas (Basler) Turbo DC-3 of Bell Geospace parked outside the EMC hangar. The aeroplane arrived the previous afternoon from Lisbon on her way back to Canada for the Christmas. Highlight of the year 2011 at Cork? A monopod was used to keep the camera as steady as possible for this snap. However, a tripod is what is really needed for this kind of picture taking.Purple TaxiJan 06, 2012
Air Toulouse Sud caravelle 258 viewsF-GELPsaxdudeSep 26, 2008
transAer A300 218 viewsEI-TLBsaxdudeSep 26, 2008
irish heli's BO105 EI-LIT at cork142 viewssaxdudeSep 26, 2008
N141M Ciation built in 1977 seen at cork during the 90's129 viewssaxdudeSep 26, 2008
N501AT at cork126 viewssaxdudeSep 26, 2008
Aer lingus 737-200 at cork188 viewsGreat jet. .. Noisy as hell on take off saxdudeSep 26, 2008
German Robin HR100 in cork132 viewssaxdudeSep 25, 2008

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