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PH-CKC Boeing 747-400F KLM Cargo operates Miami Horse Charter

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                                                      The Boeing 747 is becoming an increasingly rare visitor to Dublin as a result of a number of operators accelerating the retirement of the type due to the Covid-19 global pandemic.   On Wednesday 7th April PH-CKC Boeing 747-406F(ER) msn 33696 operated by Martinair Holland visited Dublin operating an inbound horse charter from Miami with the aircraft touching at 1533 local as MPH6122 departing to Amsterdam at 1748 local. According to Flightradar prior to operating the Dublin sector the aircraft operated Amsterdam to Bogota on the 6th April then operated Bogota to Miami arriving at 0039 local on 7th April. KLM Cargo operates a fleet of 4 Boeing 747-400ERF and 6 Boeing 787-10 aircraft. Image courtesy of Elevationair  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 11 April 2021 All Rights Reserved

UTAir Boeing 767-200 operates UNIFIL Troop Charter

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                                                                   Russian airline UTAir operated a UNIFIL Troop Charter on behalf of the Department of Defence using VP-BAL Boeing 767-224(ER) msn 30439. The aircraft positioned Moscow Vnukovo to Dublin on Tuesday 6th April as UTA9135 arriving 1345 local. The next morning the aircraft operated a same return to Damascus as UTA9136 departing at 0753 local returning at 2235 local. The aircraft departed back to Moscow Vnukovo as UTA9138 at 2355 local. UTair Aviation is a Russian airline based at Khanty-Mansiysk Airport (HMA). It is the third largest Russian carrier by passenger volume. The airline serves over 60 destinations in 11 countries across Europe and Asia using a fleet of ATR72, Boeing 737 classics and Boeing 737 next generation and 3 Boeing 767-200 aircraft. Image courtesy of Elevationair   Irish Aviation Research Institute © 11 April 2021 All Rights Reserved

Ethiopian Cargo operates Dublin Boeing 777 charter flight

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                                                    Ethiopian Cargo operated a once off Dublin Boeing Boeing 777-F60 flight on 29-30 March by ET-ARJ msn 42033. The aircraft operated Maastricht to Dublin as ETH3639 arriving 1926 local departing at 2333 local using same flight to Addis Ababa. Ethiopian Cargo operates a fleet of 13 dedicated freighters including 10 Boeing B777-200LRF and 3 Boeing B737-800F serving  57 global destinations in Africa, the Gulf, Middle East, Asia, Europe and the Americas with an annual cargo uplift of 432,417 tons. Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services in the strategic road map of Ethiopian - Vision 2025 envisions to be a full-fledged profit centre with annual revenue of $ 2 Billion, 19 dedicated aircraft, 62 global freighter destinations and annual tonnage of 820,000 tons. Image courtesy of Elevationair   Irish Aviation Research Institute © 11 April 2021 All Rights Reserved

Neos takes delivery of two new Irish registered Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

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                                                                 Neos an Italian leisure airline, headquartered in Via della Chiesa, Somma Lombardo. The airline is a subsidiary of Alpitour S.p.A, has taken delivery of two Irish registered Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft EI-RZA and EI-RZB. The carrier is expected to take delivery of a further two Irish registered Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft this month registered EI-RZC and EI-RZD respectively. This week on 30-31 March the two Boeing 737-8 MAX EI-RZA msn 62869 and EI-RZB msn 43920 where delivered Boeing Field to Glasgow for a fuel stop before departure to Neo's base in Milan Malpensa. NEOS was founded in June 2001 and obtained the Air Carrier Certificate on the 7th March 2002 from the National Civil Aviation Body (ENAC), commencing operations with a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The NEOS fleet is composed of six Boeing 737-800 , two Boeing 737-8 and six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.  The airline has bases at Bologna, Milan Malpensa, and Verona from all

Aer Lingus operates Airbus A321LR CAA Proving Flight

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                                                                    Aer Lingus positioned EI-LRE Airbus A321-253NXLR msn 10245 from Dublin to Manchester on Monday 29th March to operate a proving flight for the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in anticipation of the awarding of its UK Air Operator Certificate (AOC). The aircraft departed Dublin as EIN2200 at 0751 local arriving Manchester 0825. The aircraft departed Manchester on its proving flight at 1025 local using callsign 'EIN1CA' routing over Ireland into Shanwick oceanic airspace northwest of Ireland and later returned to Manchester landing at 1425 local.  The aircraft departed Manchester at 1601 local as EIN2201 landing in Dublin at 1655 local. Aer Lingus announced on 24th March the launch its first ever transatlantic services from Manchester to the US and the Caribbean, which will create up to 120 new jobs. The airline s will commence four new routes from Manchester Airport flying to New York JFK and Orlando from 29 Ju

ASL Airlines Group secures UK AOC to pursue growth opportunities

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                                                                  ASL Airlines United Kingdom has received its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) and its Operating Licence from the UK Civil Aviation Authority, becoming the world’s newest cargo airline. ASL UK will be closely aligned to ASL Airlines Ireland with common SOPs and shared support services as part of it's ‘centres of excellence’ strategy. ASL Aviation Holdings Chief Operating Officer Colin Grant said "Our decision to establish a UK airline was customer focussed, we want to offer our customers flexibility in their route planning when they want to operate domestically in the UK, or, in time, to fly from the UK to the EU." The new airline’s first flight was operated by an ATR72-202 freighter from East Midlands Airport to Belfast International Airport on 25th March. The aircraft, registered G-OASL formerly registered as EI-SOA, became the first aircraft on the AOC and it will operate to Belfast International Airport da

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 March

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                                                                   Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 March: https://bit.ly/3w2eOSW

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 March

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                                                                   Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 March: https://bit.ly/3fkGzAl