Aer Arann become official airline to Munster Rugby

Aer Arann has teamed up with Munster Rugby to become the official airline to the Munster team in a new sponsorship agreement.

Aer Arann Corporate Affairs Director, Andrew Kelly, said: "We are proud to become the official airline of Munster Rugby. We have a strong presence in Munster with bases in Cork and Waterford and we see this as a natural development of what is already a strong relationship with the team and Munster fans."

Garrett Fitzgerald, CEO Munster Rugby added: "Aer Arann has been delivering Munster Rugby to destinations home and abroad for years. Its efficiency and flexibility has proved essential in transporting the squad as effortlessly as possible to their various match destinations and back.

Just as importantly, Munster rugby supporters have also been able to lend their support thanks to the service provided by Aer Arann.

"We believe that Munster and Aer Arann share the same values. We passionately believe in what we do. We remain true to ourselves and our support base. We know we have to punch well above our weight to stay ahead in a fiercely competitive European market."

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