Emerald Airlines Takes Delivery Of 11th ATR72-600

                                                                


Emerald Airlines, exclusive operator of Aer Lingus Regional, took delivery of its 11th ATR72-600 on Friday 10th June. The aircraft EI-HDK ATR72-212A(600) msn 1334 routed Toulouse/Francaza to Dublin, was formerly registered as OY-YDO to Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC).

The carrier accepted delivery of two aircraft fleet number nine and ten to Dublin on Wednesday 25th May.

EI-HDH  ATR72-212A(600) msn 1169 former 2-KCBA Chorus Aviation.

EI-HDJ   ATR72-212A(600) msn 1324 former OY-YDN Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC).

According to Planespotters the carrier is due take delivery of its 12th aircraft EI-HDI msn 1087 currently registered as 2-BKJS to Chorus Aviation also Skyliner Aviation reported the aircraft was ferried Exeter to East Midlands on 7th June for painting into Aer Lingus Regional colours.

Emerald Airlines is currently operating Aer Lingus Regional flights from Dublin and Belfast City Airport bases, operating over 430 flights per week on 18 routes from 14 airports including Bristol, Birmingham, Donegal, Exeter, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Isle of Man, and Jersey.

EI-GZW ATR72-212A(600) msn 1464 Emerald Airlines pictured above at Donegal Airport in the northwest of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way has been voted as the most scenic airport in the world for the third time in a row, according to a 2020 survey conducted by PrivateFly

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