Why does EI have PVT's on their A332 and not on their A333??
What kind of IFE is there on the A333?
Stupid question but someone might know, what is EI likely to use on Sundays JFK-DUB with no stop over in SNN. the 333 or the 332?
1. The A333s are older aircraft and did not have advanced IFE installed - remember, the original AerLingus A333s were ex-AirInter who intended on using the A333 for mainly short haul domestic France services. AerLingus has simply not made in the investment in upgrading its IFE systems - as many US carriers going accorss the Atlantic also do not have advanced IFE systems on their aircraft, I assume that AerLingus does not believe that the investment is justified at this time. The A332 was intended for longer-haul services and is a newer bird - I think that the A332 was planned for the LAX route.
2. The A333s have overhead monitors to view movies, etc, on plus music channels.
3. The JFK-DUB flight is generally operated by the A333, AerLingus needs the seats on that route.