Showing posts from September 25, 2021

SE-RYL Boeing 737 MAX 8 Norwegian Departs Dublin Airport

                                                                   SE-RYL Boeing 737 MAX 8 msn 42825 Norwegian named "Jonathan Swift" departed Dublin to Bergen on Friday 17th September as 'NAX1UT' at 1316 local. The 737 MAX aircraft had been grounded since the world-wide grounding of the aircraft type was imposed on 12 March 2019. The aircraft was formerly registered as EI-FYC.  According to Flightradar24 on 21st September SE-RYL was ferried Bergen (BGO) to Montreal (YUL) and onwards to Marana (MZJ). In an interview Danish aviation website Check.In DK Norwegian CEO Geir Karlsen said over time the carrier will get the MAX back in its fleet. Image courtesy of Dublin Airport  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 25 September 2021 All Rights Reserved

G-EILA Airbus A330-300 Aer Lingus UK Positions to Manchester

                                                                G-EILA Airbus A330-302 msn 1106 Aer Lingus UK positioned Dublin to Manchester on Saturday 18th September as 'EUK2202' departing at 0958 local arriving Manchester 1033 local. The aircraft was previously registered as EI-ELA. Aer Lingus (U.K.) Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aer Lingus headquartered in Belfast, Northern Ireland and based at Manchester Airport with a planned fleet of 2 Airbus A321LR's and 2 Airbus A330-300s operating routes to Barbados effective from 20th October,  New York JFK from 1st December and Orlando from 11th December.  The airline plans to launch Manchester to Boston in summer 2022 using Airbus A321LR aircraft. The carrier has been allocated IATA code EG and ICAO code EUK with callsign 'Greenflight'. Image courtesy of Elevationair Irish Aviation Research Institute © 25 September 2021 All Rights Reserved