Irish Sea Airways

Ireland and United Kingdom

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Irish Sea Airways was the pre-WW2 marketing name for flights across the Irish Sea operated jointly by Blackpool & West Coast Air Services (from September 1937 shortened to West Coast Air Services) and Aer Lingus. This cooperation continued until 1946, when Aer Lingus was given sole rights to the traffic between the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

Timetables were issued by both Olley Air Service (owner of West Coast Air Services) and Aer Lingus.

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Winter 1936-37
(issued by Olley)
(From the collection of Michael Dawes)

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Winter 1936-37
(issued by Olley)
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Winter 1937-38
(issued by Olley)
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Winter 1937-38 (printed October 1937)
(issued by Aer Lingus)
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March 27, 1938
(issued by Aer Lingus)

Undated (Summer 1938)
Joint Irish Sea Airways/Channel Air Ferries timetable, published under Olley titles
(System)
(From the collection of Michael Dawes)

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October 3, 1938
(issued by Olley)

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April 16, 1939
(issued by Aer Lingus)
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Click to view the complete April 16, 1939 timetable (issued by Olley) (BL)

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See also Olley Air Service.

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This page last updated February 6, 2016.