Stobart Air ATR 72‑600 EI‑FAW

Civil aviation profile prints. 
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ATR 72-600 Stobart Air
operated for Aer Lingus Regional

Registration: EI-FAW
Named: St. Cronan
Type: 72-600 (72-212A)
Engines: 2 × PWC PW127M
Serial Number: 1122
First flight: Nov 19, 2013

Stobart Air, legally incorporated as Stobart Air Unlimited Company, was an Irish regional airline headquartered in Dublin. It operated scheduled services under the brands Aer Lingus Regional, BA CityFlyer and KLM Cityhopper on behalf of their respective owners. Stobart Air had operating base in Cork, Dublin and Belfast for Aer Lingus Regional. Established as Aer Arann in 1970, a major refinancing in 2014 was associated with a name change to Stobart Air. Aer Arann (styled as Aer Arann Regional) was a regional airline based in Dublin, Ireland. The airline operated scheduled services on behalf of Aer Lingus Regional.  On 19 March 2014, Aer Arann announced that it would be changing its corporate name to Stobart Air by the end of 2014.  It ceased operations on 12 June 2021.