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Aer Lingus Airbus A330-200 EI-DUO Positions to Nimes

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                                                                   Aer Lingus Airbus A330-202 EI-DUO msn 926 positioned Shannon to Nimes as 'Shamrock 2504' departing at 1144 local on 8th January 2021 for onward storage reported German aviation website Skyliner Aviation. The aircraft had been stored in Shannon from 17th July when the aircraft positioned from Dublin as EIN991 arriving 1727 local. According to Flightradar24 the aircraft the aircraft operated its last commercial flight on 18th June as EIN105 from Dublin to New York JFK. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 15 January 2021 All Rights Reserved

ASL Airlines (Ireland) Boeing 757 EI-LBS Re-registered as N726WN

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                                                                   ASL Airlines (Ireland) Ltd Boeing 757-2Q8 msn 27623 EI-LBS formerly operated on behalf of Aer Lingus has been re-registered as N726WN to UBM Bank at Goodyear on 6th January reported German aviation website Skyliner Aviation.  The aircraft was formally cancelled from Irish Aviation Authority registry on 10th December 2020.  The FAA registers states a certificate of registration was issued on 26th December 2019 to UBM Bank NA Trustee in Salt Lake City. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 15 January 2021 All Rights Reserved

ASL Airlines (Ireland) Boeing 757 EI-LBR Re-registered as N751AL

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                                                                  ASL Airlines Ireland Boeing 757-2Q8 EI-LBR msn 28167 formerly operated on behalf of Aer Lingus has been re-registered as N751AL to Aer Sale at Goodyear on 6th January reported German aviation website Skyliner Aviation.  EI-LBR departed Shannon to Bangor, Maine on 30th November 2019 and next day was ferried to Goodyear,  Arizona.  The aircraft was formally cancelled from Irish Aviation Authority registry on 10 March 2020.  The aircraft was registered as N751AL to Aerolease 5 LLC in Miami, Dade Florida on 1st June 2020 according to the FAA Registry. Aer Lingus had leased three ex Finnair Boeing 757-200’s to be operated and flight crewed by ASL Airlines with Aer Lingus cabin crew for new routes to be operated across the Atlantic on 'Pathfinder' routes.  The 757 enabled Aer Lingus to re-open routes from Shannon to Boston and New York JFK and new routes to Bradley International and Toronto.  Irish Aviation Research In

Aer Lingus Airbus A321 EI-CPE Positions to Nimes

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                                                                   Aer Lingus Airbus A321-211 EI-CPE msn 926 positioned Dublin to Nimes as 'Shamrock 2506' departing at 1112 local on 8th January 2021 for onward storage reported German aviation website Skyliner Aviation. According to Flightradar24 the aircraft the aircraft operated its last commercial flight on 20 March 2020 as EIN582/3 to and from Malaga. Image credit Wikimedia Commons - Arz Irish Aviation Research Institute © 15 January 2021 All Rights Reserved