Showing posts from June 5, 2013

EI-EVD Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS ''Well Done Dortmund!'' visits Dublin Airport

                                                    Ryanair in a gesture to the loyal fans of Dortmund in-scripted one of its aircraft EI-EVD Boeing 737-8AS/WL c/n 40287 in a scarf in the colors of club Borussia Dortmund "Well done Dortmund!" titles. The London Stansted based aircraft has been operating across Ryanair's European bases since the titles where applied visiting Dublin Airport on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June prior to operating from its Faro and Alghero bases. The aircraft arrived in Dublin from Alicante on Saturday 1st June as RYR67P operating two sectors to London Gatwick RYR5JE and RYR8GR and departing to its Faro base on Sunday 2nd June as RYR3FG according to website This aircraft visited Kerry on Monday 3rd June operating from Faro. Ryanair operates from Dortmund to Alghero, Faro, Girona, Krakow, Malaga, Madrid, Palma and Porto. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 5th June 2013 All Rights Reserved.

Thomson Airways commences Boeing 787 training in Shannon

                                                      Courtesy Paul Bannon  Yesterday Monday 4th June Thomson Airways commenced Boeing 787 Dreamliner crew training at Shannon Airport with the arrival of G-TUIB construction number 34423 TOM951/957 routing Prestwick-Shannon-Doncaster arriving at 1250 local parking on taxiway charlie departing at 1332 local. G-TUIB departed Manchester at 0920 local to Manston, Cardiff, Prestwick prior to arrival in Shannon continuing onwards to Doncaster and Cardiff prior to returning to its Manchester base. The training flights at Shannon Airport will continue for the next three weeks prior to the aircraft entering revenue service. Thomson have 8 Boeing 787 Dreamliners on order, G-TUIA was delivered on 30th May followed by G-TUIB on 31st May. The Thomson 787 Dreamliner will carry 291 passengers and is configured with 47 seats in the airline's Premium Club cabin and 244 seats in the Economy Club cabin. On July 8, Thomson's first long-