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A decommissioned Boeing 767 was ferried across the waters of Ireland for use in a glamping village in a resort town. An old Boeing 767 was ferried across the waters of Ireland recently. The massive piece of cargo began a 36 hour trip from Shannon Airport on May 4. Deirdre Whitney, Property Manager at Shannon Airport said, "We pulled out all the stops to assist, with safety and minimizing disruption to airport customers our key priority. I certainly never thought I would see the day when an aircraft would be put on a barge and set sail out the estuary." It took airport employees approximately six hours to get the aircraft onto the barge. After a two-day journey by sea, the retired vessel finally arrived at the the seaside resort town of Enniscrone. Ther...
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This was my first visit to the "Mach Loop" Whilst on holiday in north Wales in 2009. It was awesome, I was very lucky, on my first day there were over 30 passes, and on my second day loads of Typhoons and a F-15. The photographers up there were a very friendly people, and I would like to thank all of them, for the tips and advice they gave me about the Mach Loop. Cad West was definitely my favorite site on the loop.
A disused 767 has finally reached its new home in Enniscrone, Co Sligo – after a mammoth effort that lasted until the early hours. The plane, which was making its way from Shannon Airport via barge, was brought ashore on Saturday night. Undertaker David McGowan’s plan to make the plane the centrepiece of his transport-themed glamping village in Enniscrone has received a lot of attention in recent weeks, with people coming from all over Ireland to see his dream realised: http://jrnl.ie/2758088 TheJournal.ie is an Irish news website that invites its users to shape the news agenda. Read, share and shape the day’s stories as they happen, from Ireland, the world and the web. Stay up to date with all of the latest news by: Subscribing for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/thejournalv...
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