Showing posts from May 22, 2021

2-EATA ATR72-600 Silver Airways delivered over Dublin Airport

                                                                                                                                     Silver Airways is the first North American operator of the ATR72-600 which positions itself as “America’s leading independent airline” based in Fort Lauderdale delivered an ATR72-600 through Dublin last month. The aircraft 2-EATA MSN ATR72-212A(600) MSN 1038 between 8-13 April routed  Toulouse Francazal-Glasgow-Dublin-Keflavik-Narsarsuaq-Goose Bay-Montréalto its Fort Lauderdale Base.  The aircraft was formerly operated by Nordica as ES-ATA and operated a series to flights to Dublin on behalf of Loganair in February 2019. The aircraft entered service on 13th May operating Fort Lauderdale to Orlando then a return sector to Huntsville before returning to its Fort Lauderdale base. Image courtesy of Elevationair Irish Aviation Research Institute © 22 May 2021 All Rights Reserved

Israir Airbus A320-200 operates Dublin charter flight series

                                                                   4X-ABG Airbus A320-232 MSN 4413 Israir has operated a series of Dublin Airport charter flights this week to and from Tel Aviv on 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd May. Israir Airlines Ltd. more commonly referred to as Israir, is headquartered in Tel Aviv. The carrier operates charter,  domestic scheduled and air taxi flights from Eilat and Tel Aviv and international charter services from to Europe and Asia. The carrier is Israel's third-largest airline after El Al and Arkia Israel Airlines. The carrier operates a fleet of four Airbus A320-200's and 3 ATR72-500's. Image courtesy of Elevationair Irish Aviation Research Institute © 22 May 2021 All Rights Reserved

Islamic Republic Of Iran Airbus A321-200 EP-IGD visits Dublin Airport

                                                                   On Tuesday 18th May EP-IGD Airbus A321-231 MSN 1202 Islamic Republic Of Iran 'Iran 05' operated by Meraj Airlines landed in Dublin Airport at 1956 local on runway 28 from Rome Ciampino overnighting departing 1647 next day to Vienna. On the final leg of an European Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif  held talks on issues of mutual interest with Irish President Michael D. Higgins and Minister of Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney reviewed bilateral, regional and international issues during his trip to Dublin. Iran is interested in establishing political and economic consultations with Ireland especially over agricultural, information technology, science and technology fields. This aircraft was delivered in 2000 to UK carrier Monarch Airlines as G-OZBD and in 2003 was Irish registered as EI-DBS to Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise (SALE) and later became I-LIVC with Italian carrier Livingston.  In 2004 th

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 May

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Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 May

                                                                   Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 May: