The fuselage of EuroCeltic Airways F27 is now used for training by the Airport Fire Service. The aircraft was damaged beyond economic repair in November 2002 when it overran the runway while landing in stormy conditions and the front fuselage ended up in the sea (thankfully without injuries to passengers or crew). The incident ultimately led to the airline's demise and it had ceased operations by January 2003.
N416AC was one of three Lotus Air A320s that arrived in Dublin in May 2011 after the Egyptian carrier ceased operations. After painting and maintenance it departed on delivery to Zest Air as RP-C8994 in November 2011.