Fermanagh Seaplane Festival Sponsors
The Northern Ireland Tourist Board (NITB) is a non-departmental public body of the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment Northern Ireland, constituted under the Tourism (Northern Ireland) Order 1992. It is the body responsible for the development, promotion and marketing of Northern Ireland as a tourist destination. It also advises the Department on the formulation and implementation of policy in relation to the development of tourism and interacts with other government departments, within the tourism industry in Northern Ireland and with its counterparts elsewhere in the UK and in the Republic of Ireland. More information on the Northern Ireland Tourist Board can be found here: www.nitb.com.
Waterways Ireland is one of the six North/South Implementation Bodies established under the British Irish Agreement in 1999. Waterways Ireland has responsibility for the management, maintenance, development and restoration of inland navigable waterways principally for recreational purposes. The waterways under the remit of the body are the Barrow Navigation, the Erne System, the Grand Canal, the Lower Bann, the Royal, the Shannon-Erne Waterway and the Shannon Navigation. The headquarters for Waterways Ireland is in Enniskillen, and regional offices are located in Carrick-on-Shannon, Dublin and Scarriff
UTV Media plc is one of the most successful media companies in the UK and Ireland incorporating Radio, Television and New Media. UTV is part of the ITV network. A strong network schedule coupled with ever-popular regional programming, makes UTV one of the most powerful mediums in the country. It has the highest penetration of all media in Northern Ireland, with more than 90% of the population reached over a 4 week period and UTV is also available in 76% of homes in the Republic of Ireland. This makes UTV unbeatable for those companies with a total Ireland perspective. Domestic programmes are at the heart of this competitive strength and for this reason most are scheduled in peak viewing times. During the year they consistently attract large audiences and further extend the already substantial lead on the main competition. Regulated by Ofcom, UTV programming adheres to the highest standards in broadcasting. the company in the most competitive electronic marketplace in the UK and remains the first choice for viewers in Northern Ireland with an impressive 28.1% share of peaktime viewing in 2010.
On 16th May 2011 Lakeland Seaplane Tours Ltd, based at Enniskillen Airport, Trory, County Fermanagh was issued with an Air Operators Certificate by the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority. With a current fleet of one Maule M-7 Amphibious Aircraft, Lakeland Seaplane Tours is one of the smallest ‘airlines’ in the world, although plans are already afoot to increase the fleet of aircraft. Serving the Loughs and lakes of Fermanagh and beyond our clients can be collected and dropped off at many of the hundreds of jetties and hotels dotted around the country. There is no better way to explore more than 300 miles of water than by Seaplane. Our location in Fermanagh is truly unique and has attracted passengers from Europe, Canada and further afield. We offer a full range of tailor made tours; flying our guests to various loughside hotels and resturants. Lakeland Seaplane Tours works along side our flying school, The Amphibious Flying Club, which offers Pilot training from basic PPL training to Sea plane Ratings.
Air BP specialises in the sale and supply of aviation fuel, both Avgas and Jet A1, to a large number of General Aviation airfields throughout the world. We supply to a diverse range of GA locations, from GA ramps at large international airports to small flying clubs across the UK. We operate the very popular Air BP FlightCard and SterlingCard Charge card programme that many GA pilots have membership to. We have over 75 years experience in the aviation industry and an excellent reputation for technical and engineering expertise.
Enniskillen is the first RNLI inland station to operate in Northern Ireland and the second inland lifeboat station to open. With inland waterways being increasingly used for pleasure, the RNLI has evolved its service to include selected inland waterways.Contact (028) 66388019
Translink VISION We have a customer-centric vision: We will provide integrated travel solutions that are attractive, sustainable and good value VALUES The corporate values guide the development and choice of strategies to realise the corporate vision, deliver corporate objectives and relevant government policy.
These values, which shape and define the culture of the organisation, are; Safety: Safety is paramount. High standards will be maintained for customers, employees and the general public People: Our people make the difference in the service our customers receive. We want to provide an environment to attract, retain and motivate the best Community: Our services enrich the economy, the environment and the life of communities in a sustainable fashion. We want to be a good neighbour Governance: Not only is this about control and accountability but also identifying and achieving objectives OBJECTIVES To deliver our vision of customer focused growth whilst shaping up for the future; to continue to improve bus and rail services to make best use of all our assets to enhance the commercial aspects of our services
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Our waterways and landscape provide a stunning backdrop for diverse experiences, historical landmarks and state-of-the-art activity centres. We have established crafts and traditions, but we’re fast emerging as a destination you should do business in. The Fermanagh Lakelands are certainly worth exploring.