EI-LRF Airbus A321LR Aer Lingus returns to service after temporary storage

                                                                  


Aer Lingus Airbus A321-253NX EI-LRF msn 10264 has returned to service after temporary storage on 22nd October operating EIN127 from Dublin (DUB) to Toronto (YYZ).

The aircraft positioned Dublin (DUB) to Shannon (SNN) on 25th September as EIN990 for temporary storage and returned to Dublin (DUB) on 21st October as EIN991 according to Flightradar24 data. 

Aer Lingus operates a fleet of six Airbus A321LR aircraft and is due to transfer two Airbus A321-253NX aircraft EI-LRG msn 10291 , EI-LRH msn 10319 onto the UK registry as G-EILG and G-EILH respectively.

Aer Lingus UK will commence a new route from its  Manchester base to New York JFK from 1st December using Airbus A321LR's. 

Image courtesy of Damian Bracken 

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