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KLM Airlines introduces Embraer 195-E2 on selected Amsterdam-Dublin services

                                                                   Dutch carrier KLM Airlines has introduced its new Embraer 195-E2 aircraft on selected services on its Amsterdam to Dublin route operated by its Cityhopper subsidiary. The Embraer 195-E2 is in a three class 132 seat configuration with special mood lighting, ergonomically designed seats, extra legroom, USB connections and bigger baggage bins. The first Embraer 195-E2 was PH-NXA msn 19020045 on Saturday 20th November operating KLM933/934 followed by PH-NXB msn19020047  KLM933/934 on Friday 26th November and PH-NXD msn 19020054 KLM933/934 today Saturday 27th November.  The new aircraft will enable KLM Cityhopper to accommodate growing passenger demand without increasing flight frequency and replace existing Boeing 737-700 and Embraer 175/ 190 aircraft as part of KLM’s initiative Fly Responsibly. Managing Director KLM Cityhopper Warner Rootliep said “Not only is the 195-E2 an economically attractive aircraft, it also fits pe

Aeromexico adds trio of Irish Registered Boeing 737-8 MAX Aircraft

                                                                  Mexican carrier Aeromexico recently added a trio of Irish registered Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft to its fleet. EI-GZA Boeing 737-8 msn 42837 was delivered Boeing Field to Mexico City on 17th November, this aircraft was originally destined for Norwegian Air Sweden as SE-RTD. EI-GZB Boeing 737-8 msn 42839 was delivered Boeing Field to Mexico City on 23rd November, this aircraft too like its sistership EI-GZA was originally destined for Norwegian Air Sweden as SE-RTF. EI-GZC Boeing 737-8 msn 42841 was delivered Boeing Field to Mexico City on 20th November, this aircraft too like its sistership's was originally destined for Norwegian Air Sweden as SE-RTH and was in storage registered as N5573P. Last April Aeromexico reached agreement to increase its fleet with twenty-four (24) new Boeing 737 aircraft, including B737-8 and B737-9 MAX and four (4) 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft as part of the airline's restructured agreements

Aer Lingus re-connects Dublin to Newark

                                                                   Aer Lingus continues to gradually rebuild its Dublin North Atlantic Hub with effect from Sunday 14th November the carrier has resumed operations on Dublin to Newark route becoming the sixth gateway to be served from Dublin. The service will operate daily up to 9th January 2022 then reduces to five times weekly till 12th March then resumes daily service prior to the busy St Patrick's festival and start of IATA summer scheduled 31st March 2022. The first service EIN101 was operated by EI-LRA Airbus A321-253NX MSN 8887 departing Dublin at 1321 local. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 27 November 2021 All Rights Reserved