Re: Re: Cork Transport
An Taoiseach has suggested that his successor should consider a new government jet because with the current one “you canâ€™t stand up” and it “has no toilet”. He is referring to the Learjet 45 purchased new in 2004 for â‚¬ 8.5 million.
He also critisised the Beech Kingair 200 which enterned service in 1980 for having suffered a number of electrical fires, including one in flight.
Wonder if Cork can have the old crocks as is the case with our cast off buses from Dublin?
:oThat genius Cllr. Dara Murphy could use them to fly from the city centre to Mayfield. That should sort out his major worry in life, i.e. the delay suffered by the Mayfield bus getting caught up in the Bishopstown traffic, traffic caused by silly decisions taken by him and other city lightweights.