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214 The last flight of Alouette's touch down at Baldonnel marking the end of the types flying with the Irish Air Corps, 6 aircraft took part in a flying display
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195 lands for the final time at Baldonnell Aerodrome, headquarters of the Irish Air Corps. 195 was the last of 6 Alouettes to land that took part in a flying display at Baldonnell to mark the end of 44 years in service of the type with the Irish Air Corps
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274 and 275 approach the ramp at Baldonnell Aerodrome, HQ of the Irish Air Corps, on delivery. These are the first Military versions of the AW139 to enter service
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275 First Military version of the AW139
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196 On the Baldonnell ramp with sister ships 211 & 212
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195 Alouette 195 and Gazelle 241 parked up on the Baldonnel ramp near Dublin, This is the HQ of the Irish Air Corps
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270 This Eurocopter EC135 serial 270, is one of two which were accepted at Baldonnel on Thursday 3rd November 2005, the other being 271
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271 "The old & The new", seen here at Baldonnel Aerodrome, outside Dublin are two of the Irish Air Corps helicopter types, Alouette 111 serial 214 which is the longest serving helicopter with the Air Corps and Eurocopter EC135 serial 271, one of two which was accepted at Baldonnel on Thursday 3rd November 2005
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256 Carrying Garda titles, this EC135 is crewed by IAC pilots and Garda crewmen
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Preserved at the museum here at Baldonnel Aerodrome
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202 This aircraft is now preserved here at Baldonnel. It was rebuilt after a crash and put on display for the general public!