Showing posts from October 15, 2021

EI-EDY Airbus A330-302 Aer Lingus Transferred to Aer Lingus UK as G-EIDY

                                                                  EI-EDY Airbus A330-302 msn 1025 'St Munchin / Maincín' Aer Lingus has been transferred to Aer Lingus UK as G-EIDY on 1st October at Dublin Airport.  The aircraft operated its last flight for Aer Lingus on 21 September as EIN104 from New York JFK. Aer Lingus will boost its Manchester to Belfast schedule from once to twice daily with flight EIN302 from Belfast City to Manchester will be timed to connect with new Manchester to Barbados service.  The Manchester to Barbados route will operate three flights per week for the winter schedule commencing on 20th October. 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 with routes commencing to Barbados effective from 20th October, New York JFK from 1st December and Orlando from 11th December.  The airline plans

EI-ENB Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair DAC Transferred to Ryanair UK as G-RUKC

                                                                   The Ryanair Group has completed the transfer of EI-ENB Boeing 737-8AS msn 40289 Ryanair DAC to Ryanair UK as G-RUKC on 13th October at London Stansted. EI-ENB was delivered to Ryanair DAC on 29th September 2010.  The aircraft operated its last flight for Ryanair DAC on 10th October as RYR28 from Palma to London Stansted. Ryanair UK is a  low-cost airline based at Stansted airport it commenced operations in March 2019 operating a fleet of three Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The airline is the UK subsidiary of the low-cost Irish airline group Ryanair Holdings, and a sister airline to Ryanair DAC, Buzz and Malta Air.  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 15 October 2021 All Rights Reserved