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Aer Lingus Rebuilds Dublin Airport Hub connectivity

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                                                                   Aer Lingus announced its reinstating a number of European and North America routes for the winter scheduled. The airline has progressively rebuilding its Dublin Airport Hub network with routes to Toronto restored effective 17th September and Washington Dulles effective from 13th August. Dublin to Frankfurt and Zurch will resume from 8th November  Dublin to Newark will resume from 14th November  Dublin to Geneva and Prague will resume from 15th November Dublin to Orlando will resume from 27th November  Dublin to San Franciso will resume from 12th December Ireland West Airport Knock to London Gatwick will resume on 18th December. Aer Lingus Chief Customer Officer  Susanne Carberry said "We are delighted to announce a significant restart to a number of our favourite routes in North America and Europe, and reconnecting friends, families and businesses once again. We are also excited to be able to connect Irish customer

21st Boeing 737-8200 MAX delivered to Ryanair Group

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                                                                  The Ryanair Group has taken delivery of 21st Boeing 737-8200 'Gamechanger' aircraft from its order book of 210 aircraft with a further 189 to be delivered in FY2022-2025. 9H-VUM Boeing 737-8200 msn 65074 Malta Air in Ryanair colours was delivered Boeing Field to Dublin on 13 October as 'Ryanair 82M' arriving 1756 local for post delivery modifications prior to entry to service.  Malta Air has taken delivery of 9 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft with a further 8 on order according to Planespotters net website. The carrier operates a total of 127 Boeing 737-800/8200 on behalf of Ryanair DAC. Ryanair's Annual Report stated "Boeing has granted Ryanair certain price concessions as part of the 2014 Boeing Contract. As a result, the "effective price" (the purchase price of the new aircraft net of discounts received from Boeing) of each new aircraft will be significantly below the basic price mentioned a