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Irish Air Corps
Irish Air Corps
The PC-9M is used for training pilots at Baldonnel
Photo: Bruno Althaus
Baldonnel/Casement (EIME)
Rwy: 05/23, 11/29
Pos: 53°18'06"N 006°27'05"W
Elev: 319ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
1 Operations Wing

101sq CN235M-100 Maritime squadron

102sq Lj45 Ministerial Air Transport Squadron

104sq FR172H Army Co-operation sq
3 Operations Wing

301sq AW139

302sq EC135P Army support squadron
Air Corps College

Flying Training School PC-9M

Garda Air Support Unit BN-2T-4S
106sq actually operates all 3 GASU aircraft (so that means their 2 helicopters (EC135T1/EC135T2) operate under the fixed wing chain of command.) Only the EC135 are civil maintained, while all GASU aircraft are piloted by Air Corps personnel, who are answerable to the Air Corps chain of command as opposed to the Police's (An Garda Siochana.)

With the changes made in 2002, the Cessnas moved from Gormanston to Baldonnel.
Photo: Arnold ten Pas
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