Showing posts from October 27, 2013

N218NV Airbus A320 departs Dublin for United States

Allegiant President and Chief Operating Officer Andrew Levy during Q3 conference call made reference to company's Airbus A320 in Dublin adding "One A320 was left stranded in Ireland because it did not have the airworthiness certificate necessary to operate in the U.S."

"As you know, that’s a pretty simple thing,” Levy said. “But it’s not so simple when the FAA is not working.”

Two days later on Friday 25th October N218NV Airbus A320-214 construction number 1229 ex EI-FCC Allegiant Air was ferried Dublin-Bangor-Amarillo International Airport 25-26th October, in all white colours for painting, according to Dutch website Skyliner aviation.

According to FAA's registry, N218NV was officially registered 18th October to Sunrise Asset Management LCC Las Vegas, Nevada. Sunrise Asset Management is an affiliate of Allegiant Air.

Allegiant Air's seven Airbus A320s formerly operated by Iberia Airlines were prepared for delivery at Dublin Airport. N215NV ex EC-HUJ, N216N…