Showing posts from April 18, 2022

Titan Airways operates Frankfurt-Dublin Airbus A321P2F cargo charters

                                                                  9H-ZTB Airbus A321-211(P2F) Titan Airways operated by its subsidiary Titan Airways Malta operated two Frankfurt (FRA) to Dublin (DUB) charters on Saturday 9th April and Saturday 16th April outbound via Manchester (MAN) as TMT072/073 according to data.  The A321P2F provides a payload capability of up to 27 tonnes. It offers up to 14 full container positions on the main deck, plus the unique A320 family container (up to 10 container positions) and pallet loading capability on the lower deck. Titan Airways managing director Alastair Wilson stated "The A321P2F will enable us to utilise all the benefits of this type into our air freight activities including best-in-class economics, reduced noise, a lower carbon footprint and real time health monitoring, ensuring the highest levels of reliability.” Titan Airways took delivery of the world's first A321P2F in January 2021 following conversion by EFW in

D-AEUC Airbus A321-211P2F Lufthansa Cargo operates first commercial service to Dublin

                                                                  D-AEUC Airbus A321-211P2F msn 3504 Lufthansa Cargo operated its first commercial service from Frankfurt (FRA) to Dublin (DUB) on 15-16th March as DLH8350 arriving 1704 local departing as DLH8351 next morning at 0052 local. The aircraft christened “Hello Europe” is operated by Lufthansa CityLine on behalf of Lufthansa Cargo. The Dublin will operate twice weekly routing Frankfurt (FRA) - Dublin (DUB)- Manchester (DUB) - Frankfurt (FRA). Lufthansa Cargo CEO Dorothea von Boxberg stated "With the converted A321s, we are meeting our customers’ growing demand for same-day solutions and further strengthening our dense network of global connections as well as our product offering. The selected aircraft type can transport 28 metric tons per flight, significantly larger cargo volumes than in the short-haul bellies of passenger aircraft. In addition to forwarders, integrators and postal operators, eCommerce providers will be cu

SE-MKA ATR72-600 Braathens Regional Airlines operates Dublin Charter

                                                                  SE-MKA ATR72-212A(600) msn 1276 Braathens Regional Airlines operated a charter flight from Gothenburg (GOT) to Dublin (DUB) on 9th April as BRA9605/8605.  The return was operated on 16th April by its sistership SE-MKG ATR72-212A(600) msn 1354 as BRA8606/9606. The charter operated for Ireland vs Sweden in 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifying campaign at The Gamla Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg. B.R.A stands for Braathens Regional Airlines. In swedish, "BRA" means good. The carrier is based at Stockholm Bromma with a fleet of 12 ATR72-600 aircraft operating an extensive domestic network. Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA), turboprop and ATR and Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) producer Neste will partner to achieve the collective aim of accelerating the certification of 100% SAF of ATR aircraft to fly with 100% Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel. The companies aim to show a demonstration flight in 2022, with on

Brussels Airlines Airbus A320 operates Dublin Charter in Red Devils Livery

                                                                  OO-SNA Airbus A320-214 msn 1441 Brussels Airlines in Red Devils Livery operated a charter flight to Dublin (DUB) from Brussels (BRU) as BEL1061/1062 on 25-26th March for Republic of Ireland and Belgium senior International Friendly at Aviva Stadium in Dublin.    Brussels Airlines is the official carrier of the  Belgian Red Devils titled Trident . The livery including faces of national football players including Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and overhead bins highlights of Belgian football since 1904. The aircraft will remain in this colour scheme throughout 2022.  Brussels Airlines part of the Lufthansa Group operates a fleet of 39 aircraft including 14 Airbus A319-100s, 16 Airbus A320-200s and 9 Airbus A330-300's. In 2023 the carrier will take delivery of three Airbus A320Neo aircraft. The airline aims to operate its first flight using Sustainable Aviation fuel (SAF) by 2023. Image courtesy of Elevatio