The first day of this year is always a good one, says Chipper Air.
But the event has had a few surprises up its sleeve this year, including an airshow in its home country of Ireland that has been sold out for a few weeks now.
It was originally slated to run until January 11, but was extended to February 1.
The Irish Airways Airshow is one of the most prestigious air shows in the world, with some of the world’s best aeronautical stars and aircraft flying from airports in Dublin, Limerick and Cork.
In the past, Chipper has played host to the annual Airshow in Paris.
It has also hosted the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest and the 2017 World Air Games.
It also hosts the 2016 Commonwealth Games.
The event takes place on February 22, and will see a mix of high-performance and low-performance aircraft.
For example, the Airbus A330-200 is the world-famous jet, which has flown over 1,000,000 flights and made history in 2021 with its first-ever flight to London’s Heathrow Airport.
The A330 is not a plane that you want to fly in the coldest of conditions, but that is the kind of plane you can expect to see at the Chipper airshow, says aviation historian Chris Burt.
Chipper is hoping that the new event will help draw in new customers and build excitement for the airshow.
“It is a fantastic opportunity for the Irish public to see the best of aviation,” Chipper spokesperson Tom Breen said.
The Chipper Irish Airshow was originally announced in January, and it is scheduled to run from January 18 until February 10.
But because of the weather conditions, Chippair has postponed it to February 22.
This is a very important day in Ireland, says Breen, and Chipp has worked closely with the Irish Airports Authority (IAA) to ensure that the air show is a success.
“We have worked with the IAA to ensure there is a good schedule for the Airshow,” he says.
However, Chipair Air will still fly the A330, a model of the jet that is currently being used in the military, on February 10 in Cork, when it flies over Dublin. “
As an event that has come so close to our hearts, we will miss out on that.”
However, Chipair Air will still fly the A330, a model of the jet that is currently being used in the military, on February 10 in Cork, when it flies over Dublin.
It is not known how many tickets there will be available for the event.
Tickets are available online for €100, which is €100 cheaper than the regular price.
A ticket can be purchased online here, and they can be bought on-site.
There are also limited number of tickets available for €125, which can be paid for at the gates.
For more information, check out ChipperAir.ie.