Showing posts from May 15, 2022

Emerald Airlines Expands ATR72-600 fleet as network grows

                                                                   Emerald Airlines, operator of the Aer Lingus Regional network franchise, have taken delivery of their eighth ATR72-600 aircraft as the carrier plans to have a fleet of 12 in service by July, adding frequencies to its existing route network from its Belfast City (BHD) and Dublin (DUB) bases.  EI-GZV ATR72-212A(600) msn 1471 was delivered Exeter to Dublin on 27th April in full Aer Lingus colours named 'St Colgan / Colchu'. The aircraft entered revenue service on 3rd May from Dublin (DUB) to Leeds (LBA) as EAI91NM/LB according to data. According to the aircraft was formerly registered as 2-CGCA to Chorus Aviation.  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 15 May All Rights Reserved

Boeing delivered seven 737MAX-8200 to Ryanair in April

                                                                 The Ryanair Group took delivery of six seven new Boeing 737max-8200 aircraft in April with six aircraft Ryanair DAC (Ireland) and one for Polish subsidiary Buzz, increasing group fleet total to 66 aircraft.  The Ryanair Group has based its Boeing 737-8200 fleet across European bases in Bologna, Brussels Charleroi, Budapest, Dublin, Krakow, London Stansted, Manchester, Milan Bergamo, Milan Malpensa, Paris Beauvais and Warsaw Modlin.  EI-HMT Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair c/n 65892 Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 01/04/22 (Aircraft Number 60) - Based London Stansted. EI-HMV Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair c/n 65891 Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 01/04/22 (Aircraft Number 61)  - Based London Stansted. EI-HMW Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair c/n 65890 Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 08/04/22 (Aircraft Number 62) - Based Manchester. EI-HMX Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair c/n 65891 Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 13/04/22 (Aircraft Number 63) - Based London Stansted

Hibernian Airlines signs contract with ITA Airways

                                                                   Air Nostrum's Irish subsidiary Hibernian Airlines has signed an ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance and Insurance) contract with Italian carrier ITA Airways to operate an 100-seat Mitsubishi CRJ1000 from Milan Linate commencing in June on its domestic and European network to Bari, Brussels, Brindisi, Catania, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Palermo and Rome Fiumicino. Hibernian Airlines is based in Dublin with operational bases in Hamburg (HAM) and Valencia (VLC) operating a fleet of 3 Mitsubishi CRJ1000 aircraft with one aircraft parked at present. Image Credit: Air Nostrum  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 15 May All Rights Reserved