The aircraft was delivered to Aer Lingus as EI-BXG in January 1991 and was re-registered as EI-CDC in June 1991. Aer Lingus restructured it's fleet in 2004 on Airbus A320/321 platform and subsequently retired its Boeing 737-400/500 fleet from service.
EI-CDC was sold in 2005 becoming YL-BBH with Air Baltic.
Between 2005 and 2013 the aircraft was operated by Air Baltic, AeroSvit (UR-AAK) and Ukraine International (UR-GBE).
In 2015 the aircraft underwent a VIP conversion and was registered as G-UMAR to Opel Investments and in June 2017 was registered as 9H-MAC to Maleth Aero.
9H-MAC Cork Airport 8-10 August
9H-MAC Dublin Airport 31 July & 5 August & 10-11 September
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