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Aer Lingus milestone of 25 years Airbus A330 operations

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                                                Image courtesy of Aer Lingus  Aer Lingus has reached a milestone with 25 years of Airbus A330 operations on 7th May 2019. In the fleet only three other aircraft types exceeded 25 years service the BAC One-Eleven achieving 25 1⁄2 years, the Boeing 737 (all variants) 36 1⁄2 years and the Boeing 707/720 25 3⁄4 years (Irish Air Letter May 2019). On 17th September 1993 F-WWKD Airbus A330-301 Air Inter visited Dublin Airport on demonstration to Aer Lingus. The Airbus A330 was specifically built to meet the requirements of Air Inter whom placed an order for 15 aircraft plus 15 options for high density domestic French routes. After an extensive evaluation of aircraft economics and market opportunities Aer Lingus selected the Airbus A330-300 aircraft to replace it's fleet of Boeing 747's. Mr Conor McCarthy, Chairman Dublin Aerospace and CEO PlaneConsult and former Aer Lingus Commuter CEO , managed the introduction of the Airbus

Acumen Aviation Webinar on implementing AI and ML in Aircraft Data Management

Acumen Aviation Webinar on implementing AI and ML in Aircraft Data Management: http://bit.ly/30sjLVd

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 May: http://bit.ly/2HluKaw

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 May: http://bit.ly/2Vz2SJL