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# Leaving on a jet plane

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Clonmel's Munster club football man-of-the-match star moving to USA for work
Chiellini announces move to Los Angeles FC after Juve and Italy farewells
Simon Coveney is travelling to China this weekend - and so are three other European foreign ministers
It's not all holidays, so who's getting on the flights out of Dublin Airport?
Cork will be without first-choice goalkeeper for 2020 campaign
‘My family are flying out from Cavan to Armenia for the semi-final. The sky's the limit’
'I think the ruling on it is a complete and utter disaster' - Loss of players to USA hits Longford hard
Wayne Rooney completes move to MLS side DC United
Westmeath dealt massive blow as key defender set to head to America for the summer
'The fairytale ending. Not that she's ending but it's great for her to go on a high'
Taoiseach's spend on travel up, but he says it's because the government jet is out of use
Pat Hickey is getting his Irish passport back and is allowed to leave Brazil
Tipperary senior football captain to miss next season as he is moving to Dubai
GAA players heading to USA - 'I would never try and persuade a fella from going'
Armagh set for life without star forward as Clarke is Stateside bound
Donegal's Allstar goalkeeper set for move to Qatar putting inter county future in doubt
Rain got you feeling tempted to go on holidays? Here are 6 tips for booking a last-minute trip
Photos: The world's largest jet is at Shannon Airport right now
Column: An anatomy of one family’s emigration
Philip Lynch
Vlog: Leaving it all behind... one emigrant's story of saying goodbye to Ireland
Oisin Gregorian
Ryanair's No. 2 is stepping down, but they've got a replacement already lined up
The President is off to the UK later today and here's what he'll be getting up to
Wave goodbye to Aer Arann and say hello to Stobart Air
Here are the winners and losers from the Paddy's Day ministerial exodus
Snapshot: Jonny Sexton goes all Catch Me If You Can on his way back to Racing
'There are better opportunities abroad' - young Labour councillor emigrates