Case of County Limerick woman accused of illegally chartering flights is adjourned

David Hurley

Reporter:

David Hurley

Sentencing in the case of a County Limerick woman charged with illegally chartering planes to bring Munster rugby fans to away matches in the Heineken Cup has been further adjourned.

Sentencing in the case of a County Limerick woman charged with illegally chartering planes to bring Munster rugby fans to away matches in the Heineken Cup has been further adjourned.

reviously Pamela Hickey, 37, of Ashford, Patrickswell pleaded guilty at Limerick Circuit Court to three separate charges.

She is accused of chartering the services of Monarch Airlines by deception in December 2004 and January 2005.

The charges relate to two return flights from Shannon Airport to Gatwick.

She has also pleaded guilty to a charge of forgery at Ashford, Patrickswell, on January 14th, 2005.

Sentencing in the case has been adjourned until October 4, next as Ms Hickey is currently unwell.