Irish regional carrier Aer Arann is to undergo a name change to reflect the identity of its controlling shareholder. The airline will lose the name it has operated under since its foundation in 1970 as a Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander operator on small islands off the west coast of Ireland and take the new corporate title Stobart Air, the airline announced Thursday. In 2001 Aer Arann separated from what is now known as Aer Arann Islands, which remains a BN-2 operator. The UK-based Stobart ...

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