Friday, 4 May 2018

Aer Lingus commences ASL Airlines Boeing 737-300 wet-lease operation from Belfast City Base

                                               
EI-STA Boeing 737-31S ASL Airlines 
Aer Lingus commenced it's wet-lease of EI-STA Boeing 737-31S c/n 24097 ASL Airlines (Ireland) (Air Contractors) from Belfast City on 1 May for the summer season. The aircraft positioned from Dublin to Belfast City as ABR002P.

The aircraft operates daily rotations to Faro (EIN72/3) and Malaga (EIN948/9) enabling Aer Lingus to redeploy the based Airbus A320 to Dublin enabling the carrier operate increased frequency on existing routes.

To support the Aer Lingus operation ASL Airlines is basing a licenced engineer for line maintenance or Flying Spanner Duties at Belfast City.

ASL Airlines has partnered with Aer Lingus since 2014 operating four Boeing 757-200s on wet-lease with two based in Dublin operating selective services on Hartford, Philadelphia and Washington Dulles routes and two in Shannon operating Boston and New York routes and provided EI-STA Boeing 737-31S to operate Aer Lingus short-haul services according to operational reasons.

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