RTE 1 / 10 A new plane is being built at the Russian air base in the town of Vnukovo, in the Rostov region of Russia.
A new helicopter carrier is being made at the Vnakovo air base.
Photo: RTE / Dmytro Todorovskiy RTE 2 / 10 The new aircraft carrier is a new helicopter carriers, the new Russian airbase in the Rospotrebnadzor region.
RTSE 3 / 10 New Russian airfield in the region of Rostov-on-Don.
RTÉ 2 / 09 The new helicopter ship at the Rostocheskiy airbase.
The new helicopter vessel at the air base near the town where the first helicopter ship is being constructed.
Dmitry Todorova, the chief of the Russian state oil company Rosneft, has made an official visit to Ireland.
He said he is keen to see more of the Republic of Ireland.
“I visited Ireland and met with the Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Affairs and he’s keen to build new offshore facilities in Ireland,” Mr Todorovich told RTÉ Radio One’s Today with Sean O’Rourke programme.
“He is also keen to find ways to promote tourism in Ireland, so he wants to have more of these.”
The company is currently building an offshore drilling platform in the Irish Sea.
Mr Todanovich said he was looking forward to the arrival of the new aircraft carriers.
I want to see them in Ireland in a few months, he said.
Dublin Airport has said the new helicopter ships will be used to operate the airport’s runway from the south of Ireland until the end of 2019.
However, Dublin Airport has told the Dáil that it has no plans to construct an airport on the site of the old Naval Air Station in Sligo.
This is because there is a lack of suitable land in Sliga.
Dublin has spent over €3 billion on the airport project, including a €3 million investment in the former naval base, which is now the city’s busiest airport.
It has also built a new runway on the old naval base.
On Wednesday, Dublin announced plans to build a new terminal on the new naval base site.
Its the biggest airport in the UK and it has a capacity of 25,000 people per day, but the airport is only operating on a single runway, so its not ideal.
In October, Dublin said that it was “uncomfortable” with the “frustrating” situation at the Naval Air Base site in Slig.
A spokesperson for Dublin Airport said: “Dublin’s approach to the Naval Base site is clear: we do not plan to construct a terminal there and we are currently consulting with Sligo and the Department for Regional Development (DRD) about the future of the site.”
The spokesperson said the airport planned to “continue to work with the DRD and other stakeholders to deliver a new airport in Sligg.”
Dubbed the “Glasgow airport” by critics, the naval base is due to be decommissioned by 2025.