Aer Lingus, as previously reported, is expected to officially announce a new revised livery later this month for the new year.
We may now have a sneak preview. A safety card for Boeing 757-200s operated for Aer Lingus by ASL Airlines (Ireland) (formerly Air Contractors) has been leaked and circulating online. Is this the new look for Aer Lingus with less green?
Flights from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will commence on July 8, 2019 with daily direct service to Dublin, Ireland and a four times weekly service in the winter, with convenient connecting service to 25 destinations across Britain and Europe.
MSP flights will be operated by Boeing 757-200s of ASL Airlines (Ireland).
Flights from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport will commence on August 8, 2019 with daily direct service to Dublin, Ireland and a four times weekly service in the winter, with convenient connecting service to 35 destinations across Britain and Europe.
YUL flights will be operated with new Airbus A321neo aircraft.
Top Copyright Photo (all others by Aer Lingus): Aer Lingus (ASL Airlines Ireland) Boeing 757-2Q8 WL EI-LBS (msn 27623) YYZ (TMK Photography). Image: 934654.
Air Lease Corporation (AL) has announced long term lease agreements with Aer Lingus for seven new Airbus A321neo LR aircraft to operate on transatlantic and other routes. The aircraft are from ALC’s order book with Airbus.
The A321neo LR aircraft leased from ALC will allow Aer Lingus to eventually replace four Boeing 757-200s (below), and add more nonstop routes and frequencies to U.S. and Canadian cities.
Delivery of the aircraft is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2019, with three deliveries in 2019 and four deliveries in 2020.
Top Copyright Photo: Airbus A321-271N D-AVXA (msn 6673) (Airbus A321 NEO – New Engine Option) TLS (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 933316.