Irish Air Lines 

May 1932: "IRISH AIR LINES, with headquarters at Waterford, commenced operations as a joy-riding "circus" at Arklow, County Wicklow, last week, and had a very good send off. Equipped with Avro 504K aircraft they are to tour the country giving joy-rides, and demonstrations of crazy flying and wing-walking. Already arrangements have been completed for visits to thirty-six towns in Ireland, and a director of the company told our Dublin representative that negotiations for other sites are in progress. The touring party, consisting of four pilots and two ground engineers, will be entirely independent of hotels, as all their kit is being carried in a motor trailer caravan."

Aeroplanes:

(both ex Northern Air Transport)

- 1932 Avro 504K EI-AAM (ex G-AAYH);

- 1932 Avro 504K EI-AAN (ex G-ABHP)

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