The amazing success of Harbour Flights

I have written before about Harbour Flights, which operated a seaplane (floatplane) at Mountshannon on Lough Derg and conducted trial flights hither and yon. I was a little confused about whether Harbour Flights was “fully operational” but its redesigned web page (there were once several pages) carries the impressive news that the company has been so successful that it has ceased operations, at least temporarily.

But it will be back, and instead of operating a single aircraft, which was actually owned by somebody else, it will have a veritable fleet “operating from [sic] destinations nationwide” and will be “fully operational again”, which suggests that it was fully operational before. I wonder how many of the “50 new Irish jobs” were created when it reached that point.

 

One response to “The amazing success of Harbour Flights

  1. Pingback: What has happened to Harbour Flights? | Irish waterways history

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