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Record VistaJet business jet activity reported at Dublin Airport

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                                                                   According to Dublin Airport Movements blog data their was record Vistara business jet on Friday 22nd April with a total of eight movements operated by a mix of aircraft including Bombardier Challenger 350, Bombardier Challenger 604, Bombardier Global 6000, Bombardier Global 7500 and Mitsubishi Challenger 850 by subsidiary VistaJet Malta.  VistaJet recently celebrated a milestone of its's 10th delivery of the industry flagship Global 7500, making it the largest operator of Global 7500 aircraft in the world. VistaJet plans to operate a total of 17 Global 7500 aircraft in its fleet by the end of 2022. The aircraft can carry 14 passengers with a range of 7,700 nautical miles with a very efficient fuel cruising altitude of 51,000ft with a maximum speed of 0.925 Mach.  VistaJet is expanding its leadership position entering into an agreement to acquire the private aviation services platform of Jet Edge, the fastest-growin

Ryanair Group takes delivery of 65th Boeing 737 Max 8200, Ireland based Ryanair DAC largest operator

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                                                                 The Ryanair Group took delivered of its 65th Boeing 737 Max 8200 this week with EI-HGE Boeing 737-8200 msn 62311 Ryanair DAC routing direct Boeing Field (BFI) to Dublin (DUB) on Thursday 20th April as 'RYR82E' arriving 1518 local. The current Ryanair Group Boeing 737-8200 fleet is Buzz (12), Malta Air (24) and Ryanair DAC (29).  According to the latest data available from Planespotters.net the Ryanair has 496 aircraft in service including 468 Boeing 737-800/8200 (Buzz, Malta Air, Ryanair DAC, Ryanair UK) and 29 Airbus A320-200 (Lauda Europe). According to a number of aviation sources including Boeing Family Flight s, Planespotters.net , Woodys Aeroimages the Ryanair Group is take delivery of a further four aircraft for Ryanair DAC registered as EI-HGL, EI-HGM, EI-HGF & EI-HGH.  The Ryanair Group Polish subsidiary Buzz is due take delivery of a single aircraft registered as SP-RZM and Malta Air subsidiary has

EI-HGV Boeing 737-8200 Delivered to Ryanair

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                                                                   The Ryanair Group took delivered of its 64th Boeing 737 MAX , the aircraft registered EI-HGV Boeing 737-8200 msn 62329 Ryanair was delivered Boeing Field to Dublin as 'Ryanair 82V' on 15th April arriving 1523 local. The aircraft entered revenue service on 15th April from Dublin (DUB) to Eindhoven (EIN) as RYR1964/1965. The current Ryanair Group Boeing 737-8200 fleet is Buzz (12), Malta Air (24) and Ryanair DAC (28)  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 22 April All Rights Reserved

EI-HMX Boeing 737-8200 Delivered to Ryanair

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                                                                   The Ryanair Group took delivered of its 63rd Boeing 737 MAX , the aircraft registered EI-HMX Boeing 737-8200 msn 65893 Ryanair was delivered Boeing Field to Dublin as 'Ryanair 82X' on 12th April arriving 1515 local. The aircraft entered revenue service on 17th April from Dublin (DUB) to Bristol (BRS) as RYR508/509. The current Ryanair Group Boeing 737-8200 fleet is Buzz (12), Malta Air (24) and Ryanair DAC (27)  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 22 April All Rights Reserved

Blue Air announces New Iasi Base connects to Dublin

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                                                                  Romanian carrier Blue Air is to open a new base in Iasi, Romania with 2 new based Boeing 737-800aircraft and 11 new routes plus 12 connections with 46 weekly flights during Summer 2022, including a new connection to Dublin operating three times weekly on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays using Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Flightdata24 data reveals the carrier is currently operating two aircraft from Iasi (IAS) a Boeing 737-500 and Boeing 737-800 non-based integrated with existing Bucharest (OTP) schedules on w-routings. The first Dublin flight was operated by YR-BMQ Boeing 737-8FH c/n 35101 on Wednesday on 20th April.  Blue Air Chief Commercial Officer Krassimir Tanev stated “We are delighted to announce the opening of our new base in Iasi, which will deliver increased connectivity with 2 based aircraft and 46 weekly flights across 11 new routes, connecting IASI with central airports of the cities such as London, Paris, Dublin