Do you want to access to this and other private contents?
Log in if you are a subscriber or click here to request service
Liverpool Airport: 80 year old airport employee on hand to celebrate Aer Lingus’ 80th anniversary
Liverpool, UK - Cliff Johnson works at Omniserve and provides assistance for passengers with reduced mobility
It was 80 years ago on the 14th of September 1936, that the very first Aer Lingus Dublin to Liverpool flight took to the air and to celebrate the occasion, the Aer Lingus Charitable Foundation brought its 1936 De Havilland DH-84 Dragon aircraft named ‘Iolar’ to Liverpool "John Lennon" Airport (LJLA) earlier yesterday. On hand to welcome the aircraft was the Airport’s oldest serving employee, 80 ye...
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency