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ASL Aviation Group transfers Boeing 737-400(F) to Irish Subsidiary

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                                                                  The ASL Aviation Group has transferred a Boeing 737-476(F) MSN 24435 HA-FAW from it's Hungrian subsidiary ASL Airlines (Hungary) to ASL Airlines (Ireland) as EI-STI. EI-STI Boeing 737-476(F) c/n 24435 ASL Airlines Ireland Position Rzesz√≥w-Milan Malpensa 03/07/21 ex HA-FAW. The aircraft entered revenue on 5th July operating ABR4910/4915 from Milan Malpensa to Basle vv. ASL Airlines (Ireland) operates a fleet of 32 aircraft including ATR72-200/500/600F, Airbus A300-600R(F), Airbus A330-300(P2F), Boeing 737-400(F), Boeing 737-800(BCF). Irish Aviation Research Institute © 1 August 2021 All Rights Reserved

Aer Lingus awarded UK AOC registers first Airbus A330

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                                                                  Aer Lingus (UK) formally received its AOC from the UK CAA on 9 July , clearing the way for the airline to launch operations. EI-ELA Airbus A330-302 MSN 1106 "St Patrick / Padraig" was re-registered as G-EILA to Aer Lingus UK on 5th July at Dublin Airport..  Due to international borders opening later than expected, Aer Lingus (UK) is postponing the start of new transatlantic services between Manchester Airport and New York JFK and Orlando commencing on 30th September, and to Barbados on 20th October. The routes will be operated on a code-share with IAG sister company British Airways. Aer Lingus (UK) headquartered in Belfast City and based in Manchester will operate two A330-300s and one A321NEO-LR's Bridgetown,  New York/JFK and Orlando.  The carrier plans to add Boston in March 2022. Image courtesy of Paul Quinn Irish Aviation Research Institute © 1 August 2021 All Rights Reserved

EI-HGT Boeing 737-8-200 Delivered to Ryanair

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                                                                   Irish budget carrier Ryanair has taken delivery of its sixth Boeing 737-8-200 registered EI-HGP msn 62330.  The aircraft was delivered Boeing Field to Dublin Airport on 16th July as 'Ryanair 82T' arriving 1751 local. The aircraft positioned Dublin to London Stansted as 'Ryanair 44' on 23 July. The aircraft entered revenue service on 25 July as RYR8382/8383 to and from Alicante.  Image courtesy of Ryanair  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 1 August 2021 All Rights Reserved

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 26 July

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                                                                    Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 26 July: https://bit.ly/3i4WPGt

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 26 July

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                                                                   Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 26 July : https://bit.ly/2Vd9NJc