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User currently offlineKaitak From Ireland, joined Aug 1999, 12407 posts, RR: 37
Posted (7 years 1 week 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 8408 times:

Welcome to thread 32/07, folks!

Some very interesting developments in 31/07, notwithstanding we're right in the middle of the Summer season and let's hope the pace of events keeps up.

Within the next two weeks, we should be seeing the start of the first of EI's new transatlantic flights, to IAD, which will be a major milestone for the carrier; long may it last. MCO and SFO follow in Sept/Oct and no doubt, we'll be seeing some more soon.

We should hopefully be seeing some developments on the airport terminal, with planning permission hoped for by the end of this month; time is now becoming of the essence here and if PP isn't granted, then it'll push out the completion date for the new terminal. MO'L certainly isn't going to give up without a fight and of course, one can understand his position to a certain extent: "we're not using it, so why should we pay more?" We'll hear an awful lot more about this in the coming weeks!

There's quite a lot of speculation going on about EI's new base, with BHX/BFS being seen as the most likely two; personally, my money's on Birmingham; I think there's a lot more potential there and a very big local market; probably more scope for a long haul operation too, if they get to that stage. Let's hope it works out for them; it's a huge risk.

So, far from lying back and enjoying the Summer Sun (we'll be waiting!), let's enjoy the action ... Failte romhaibh isteach!

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User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26844 posts, RR: 58
Reply 1, posted (7 years 1 week 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 8400 times:

Quoting Kaitak (Thread starter):
personally, my money's on Birmingham;

I think the same. Although I was told by my contact in EI that it would not be BFS but this is the aviation industry and anything is possible. Maybe i was being thrown off the scent !! LOL.... I would like to see BFS for a range of reasons. It would be nice to have more of an Irish presence at BFS but if I had to put money on it id choose BHX .

[Edited 2007-07-16 22:20:46]

User currently offlineSnnus From Ireland, joined Dec 2005, 134 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (7 years 1 week 1 day ago) and read 8362 times:

Why is SNN-MAD on FR not bookable in November, are they dropping the route?

User currently offlineEIRules From Ireland, joined Aug 2007, 745 posts, RR: 10
Reply 3, posted (7 years 1 week 1 day ago) and read 8358 times:

Hey, for anyone interested here is my first trip report - to LHR with BD

EIRules Loses His Trip Report Virginity On BD (by EIRules Jul 16 2007 in Trip Reports)



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User currently offlineShamrock350 From Ireland, joined Mar 2005, 6319 posts, RR: 14
Reply 4, posted (7 years 1 week 1 day ago) and read 8350 times:

F9 have new seats and I think they would look great in EI short-haul aircraft. You can see the pictures in this thread,
A Look At The New F9 Leather Seats (photos) (by NZblue Jul 16 2007 in Civil Aviation)


User currently offlineTonymctigue From Ireland, joined Feb 2006, 1944 posts, RR: 9
Reply 5, posted (7 years 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 8337 times:
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Thank you Kaitak for another great start to another Irish Thread.

Quoting Kaitak (Thread starter):
personally, my money's on Birmingham

If I were a betting man, my money would be on BHX for the new EI base because there is definitely a good market for both long & short haul. EI tried long haul at BFS before via SNN & it was not particurarly successful. Did EI ever operate short haul out of BFS before?

Quoting EIDAA from previous thread:

I don't suppose the turboprops were C130s were they?

Perhaps the four engined jet was a C17?


Thank you EIDAA. Yes, the turboprops were C130's. I'm not sure about the jet. I havn't downloaded my camera yet. Maybe when I get another look at it I migh be more certain.



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User currently offlineEIRules From Ireland, joined Aug 2007, 745 posts, RR: 10
Reply 6, posted (7 years 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 8337 times:

Quoting Shamrock350 (Reply 4):
F9 have new seats and I think they would look great in EI short-haul aircraft

Yeah very nice seats. And surely Frontier's flights aren't that much longer than some of EI's, to the likes of BUD, ATH etc so why not PTVs that you pay for on EI?



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User currently offlineShamrock350 From Ireland, joined Mar 2005, 6319 posts, RR: 14
Reply 7, posted (7 years 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 8331 times:

Quoting EIRules (Reply 6):
Yeah very nice seats. And surely Frontier's flights aren't that much longer than some of EI's, to the likes of BUD, ATH etc so why not PTVs that you pay for on EI?

EI could make some money out of PTVs but the extra weight added to the A32X aircraft has probably put them off and the fact that no other airline has PTVs on European routes. The F9 seats are very similar to EI seats, even the pattern on the leather is the same. I wonder if EI would consider getting those coloured seats on the A32X.


User currently offlineTonymctigue From Ireland, joined Feb 2006, 1944 posts, RR: 9
Reply 8, posted (7 years 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 8316 times:
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Quoting Snnus (Reply 2):
Why is SNN-MAD on FR not bookable in November, are they dropping the route?

I don't know. I believe that SNN-MAD is operated by a MAD based AC & MAD is a new base which of course means that there is going to be some bit of testing the water to find out which routes are going to perform well so there is a possibility that the route is not performing & will be dropped. It is also possible that it is set to become a seasonal route like they did with many of their other routes from SNN to mainland Europe.



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User currently offlineTonymctigue From Ireland, joined Feb 2006, 1944 posts, RR: 9
Reply 9, posted (7 years 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 8289 times:
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Guys. Just checked on the SNN arrivals website. There is a flight DL115 from BCN-ATL on the board that arrived at 22:15. I checked it out on the DL website & its status is "Diverted". I'm guessing a medical diversion or a technical problem. Any of our members who are in the know have any more information?


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User currently offlineKaitak From Ireland, joined Aug 1999, 12407 posts, RR: 37
Reply 10, posted (7 years 1 week 16 hours ago) and read 8243 times:

Quoting Tonymctigue (Reply 8):
I don't know. I believe that SNN-MAD is operated by a MAD based AC & MAD is a new base which of course means that there is going to be some bit of testing the water to find out which routes are going to perform well so there is a possibility that the route is not performing & will be dropped. It is also possible that it is set to become a seasonal route like they did with many of their other routes from SNN to mainland Europe.

I've heard that loads on SNN-MAD have been pretty poor, so I would imagine that they are axing the route.

Quoting Tonymctigue (Reply 9):
Guys. Just checked on the SNN arrivals website. There is a flight DL115 from BCN-ATL on the board that arrived at 22:15

I'm actually surprised that a BCN-ATL trip would fly this far north, but I guess even for BCN-ATL, SNN would become the closest suitable diversion airport for part of the trip.


User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26844 posts, RR: 58
Reply 11, posted (7 years 1 week 12 hours ago) and read 8206 times:

Just some news that if it goes ahead may affect the DUB to IST TK flights!!!

Union threatens ‘indefinite’ strike at Turkish Airlines

An indefinite strike over pay by workers at Turkish Airlines has been set to begin on Friday (July 20) – the start of the summer holiday peak


User currently offlineSmokeyrosco From Ireland, joined Dec 2005, 2112 posts, RR: 13
Reply 12, posted (7 years 1 week 11 hours ago) and read 8178 times:

On my way to a customer site I passed two developments comparable (well as comparable as you can get in Ireland I suppose) with the building of a new terminal. Both are due like T2 to open in 2009 and both have already started construction or demolition unlike T2.

I passed the point where the new point village is being built including luas line to the point. more mega office blocks and a complete redevelopment of the area, due open in 2009 by the king of Rock and Roll Elvis!

The other was Lansdowne Road which I was amazed to see how much of it's already gone this of course involves the Dart AND suburban services as the line literally runs under the west stand and is going to be completely rebuilt.



John Hancock
User currently offlineJWMD123 From Ireland, joined May 2006, 867 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (7 years 1 week 8 hours ago) and read 8112 times:

i see there is a weekly service from Dublin to Ponta Delgada with TP recently operating.

is this a seasonal service or is this just a charter?


User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26844 posts, RR: 58
Reply 14, posted (7 years 1 week 8 hours ago) and read 8102 times:

Quoting JWMD123 (Reply 13):
i see there is a weekly service from Dublin to Ponta Delgada with TP recently operating.

is this a seasonal service or is this just a charter?

Its operated by SATA (S4) with a TP codeshare. I was on it a few months back . I did a full TR .

Was in Dublin Airport around midday and the heavy and i mean biblical down pour flooded the bus stop area outside arrivals!!! Also the Swiss/ATTS offices next to out size baggage were evacuated as sewage over flowed and could be smelt in the surrounding areas of check in .Staff rushed out with hands over mouth and noses and the stench was un real. The Gards cordoned off the area and no one was allowed in !!!

SU are planning to return over the next 12 months with an A320 DUB-SVO service . Fingers crossed!!!!


User currently offlineN272WA From Ireland, joined Jun 2007, 410 posts, RR: 7
Reply 15, posted (7 years 1 week 7 hours ago) and read 8087 times:

Quoting OA260 (Reply 14):
SU are planning to return over the next 12 months with an A320 DUB-SVO service

Thats's great news! Do SU operate out of DME at all, or solely from SVO.
I always thought DME was called "DEMENTIEVA". Didn't realise Dementieva is actually a female Russian Tennis player...hehehe...I now know it is Domodedovo, but it will always be Dementieva to me!



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User currently offlineHumberside From United Kingdom, joined Dec 2005, 4917 posts, RR: 4
Reply 16, posted (7 years 1 week 4 hours ago) and read 8020 times:

Quoting N272WA (Reply 15):
Thats's great news! Do SU operate out of DME at all, or solely from SVO.

Just SVO



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User currently offlineTonymctigue From Ireland, joined Feb 2006, 1944 posts, RR: 9
Reply 17, posted (7 years 1 week 3 hours ago) and read 7993 times:
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Quoting OA260 (Reply 14):
SU are planning to return over the next 12 months with an A320 DUB-SVO service . Fingers crossed!!!!

It would be great to see SU back in Ireland again. Its been along time since they pulled out of SNN. I've been wondering for some time why there was no SVO service from DUB until now.



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User currently offlineKaitak From Ireland, joined Aug 1999, 12407 posts, RR: 37
Reply 18, posted (7 years 1 week 3 hours ago) and read 7993 times:

Lufty has just announced that it will move to DME; mind you, SU has commissioned a new terminal at SVO, so hopefully it will be better than T2 (can't really be worse!) DME - as far as I can tell - has better connections to Moscow (rail link).

I wonder would EI ever consider a DME service?


User currently offlineTonymctigue From Ireland, joined Feb 2006, 1944 posts, RR: 9
Reply 19, posted (7 years 1 week 3 hours ago) and read 7979 times:
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Quoting Kaitak (Reply 18):
I wonder would EI ever consider a DME service?

Or would FR ever think of expanding farther east into destinations as DME of SVO? Maybe not from Ireland but from other eastern European countries such as Poland. They are bound to saturate the current European market at some point so the two next obvious places to serve would be eastern Europe & North Africa.



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User currently offlineEIRules From Ireland, joined Aug 2007, 745 posts, RR: 10
Reply 20, posted (7 years 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 7943 times:

Quoting N272WA (Reply 15):
I always thought DME was called "DEMENTIEVA". Didn't realise Dementieva is actually a female Russian Tennis player...hehehe...I now know it is Domodedovo, but it will always be Dementieva to me!

LOL  laughing , dont really have a comment on that! Would be great to see flights to Moscow and if SU came it would mean yet another SkyTeam airline (along with CO, DL, AF and OK) which would give DUB bit more clout having seen the likes of AZ and TP leave recently.



Next Flights: EI DUB-LHR A320, BA LHR-SFO B744, UA SFO-LAS A320, BA LAS-LHR B744, EI LHR-DUB A320
User currently offlineRineanna From Ireland, joined Jan 2007, 880 posts, RR: 12
Reply 21, posted (7 years 1 week ago) and read 7902 times:

Hello all.

Just back home after arriving into SNN from EDI. Nothing really extraordinary about the flights. The outward leg to PIK was delayed slightly, however, as the Cable and Wireless logojet which was meant to be operating our flight went tech at SNN but luckily there was a replacement aircraft available not long after we were meant to depart. (I was hoping to add another logojet to the Hertz one I flew on before, oh well!).

The return led from EDI-SNN went perfect. We arrived in 15mins ahead of schedule (Now, all ye cynics, please don't start shouting "padded-schedule" at me...early is early!). It was my first time flying out of EDI and I liked it, tbh. Lots of shops, and the departure lounge is perfect for spotting. The only complaint I would have is that both EI and FR depart from the exact same gates (I think it's 1b or 1c) which is a bit of a walk from the main thoroughfare. EI must be permanently stationed at these gates as there is several EI advertisments on the walls down there.

Actually, as we drove into the airport, we passed the EI A320 operating the DUB flight. Now I think there has been a little debating on here as to whether EI should modernise their livery, but the EI A320 looked notably well in the sunshine amongst the rather bland EZY A319s and BA jets. Don't change it, I say!

I had some time yesterday, in the Edinburgh tourist office, to have a quick glance through the threads and was suprized and delighted to see the new LGW service. Fair play to EI for taking on not one, but two established carriers on the route. I think it was asked in the last thread when was the last time EI took on FR on a route. I think Newcastle was the last one, and the short lived LPL service before that. As was said somewhere, it might be an idea to do a link up with Oasis to HKG. It might be a cheaper option then connecting PAX through LHR.


User currently offlineTonymctigue From Ireland, joined Feb 2006, 1944 posts, RR: 9
Reply 22, posted (7 years 1 week ago) and read 7902 times:
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I just checked out the SNN departures board. There is a Flight # EI2110 shown on sn SNN departures board with destination "Shannon" on it. Anyone know what that is about? I checked the EI website & all it says is that there is no information available on that flight.

http://www.shannonairport.com/flight-info/departingflights.asp



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User currently offlineTonymctigue From Ireland, joined Feb 2006, 1944 posts, RR: 9
Reply 23, posted (7 years 1 week ago) and read 7890 times:
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Quoting Rineanna (Reply 21):
Just back home after arriving into SNN from EDI

Welcome back Rineanna. How many were on board the flights if you don't mind me asking? I'm asking because I'm trying to get a feel as to how well FR are doing out of SNN & I can't find any information on load factors on the web.



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User currently offlineShamrock350 From Ireland, joined Mar 2005, 6319 posts, RR: 14
Reply 24, posted (7 years 1 week ago) and read 7884 times:

Quoting Rineanna (Reply 21):
the EI A320 looked notably well in the sunshine amongst the rather bland EZY A319s and BA jets. Don't change it, I say!

Totally agree about the livery but I would like to see what it would look like making the titles bigger. It worked very well for QR.

View Large View Medium
Click here for bigger photo!

Photo © Julien Bersheim


Not sure if I would like "Aer Lingus" that big though!


25 Rineanna : Oh crap, sorry, meant to mention it! It was absolutely JAMMERS today. There were only a couple of spare seats. It was great to see. The PIK flight wa
26 Pe@rson : I was in Edinburgh and Edinburgh Airport last week. Been to the airport before. And I agree: it's pleasant and good for watching the 'planes. When we
27 Post contains images N272WA : Bigger is definitely better. Would love to see gigantic Aer Lingus titles plastered onto the side of the 330's... maybe leave the logo as it currentl
28 Rineanna : Just a few hours ago. Spent a couple of hours at the airport itself. Was it with CB or BA? I'd love to fly CB's Dorniers sometime.
29 Pe@rson : BA C/F. I too would love to fly on CB's 328s. It'll cost a minimum of about £62 one-way from EDI to LCY, or about a fiver more from LCY to EDI. You
30 Post contains links Shamrock350 : Here's the best I could come up. It gives us an idea of what it would look like anyway. http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m198/SkyNet1000/bigEItitle
31 JWMD123 : Thanks, must do a search and look up your TR.
32 Rineanna : That would be a great trip to make, to be sure. I haven't flown EI in a few years, and even at that it was on the old 735s, so would like to try out
33 Post contains links Tonymctigue : I don't think so. It is not specifically mentioned that the MAD route is going seasonal on the press release announcing the new routes. http://www.sh
34 SNNUS : EI 2110 operated DUB-SNN as 1 or 2 transatlantic flights diverted to DUB this morning due to fog in SNN, so pax came back down on that flight
35 Post contains links Tonymctigue : There are reports this morning of a plane crash in Sao Paulo in Brazil. http://www.rte.ie/news/2007/0718/brazil.html May all those unfortunate people
36 N272WA : Shamrock350 - I LOVE it!!!! Looks class....
37 Post contains images Eirbus06 : Terrible news!!! May all those souls RIP
38 Bx737 : I think it looks very good and would make the livery stand out a bit more than it does already. I was talking with a friend of mine whose sister work
39 Post contains links Shamrock350 : Quoting N272WA (Reply 36): Shamrock350 - I LOVE it!!!! Looks class.... Thanks N272WA! I first thought that the titles looked a bit small when Airbus r
40 N272WA : Yup, come up for a wee hop to LDY with me some day Rineanna.
41 OA260 : Well I finally got to do some plane spotting at DUB last night from 6pm to 7pm and was just about to leave when EY 41 landed. Was brilliant and I got
42 Post contains links and images Rineanna : I was just flicking through the list of "Airlines of the Rep. of Ireland" on Wikipedia, and there are actually two airlines (Aviajet and Expressjet Eu
43 OA260 : Yeah AviaJet is very popular in DUB. I saw one land last night.
44 Bx737 : I think a few weeks ago I saw 4 MD83S with Aviajet titles. I know Flightline are contracted to operate Aviajet flights this year. There is an article
45 Rineanna : Yes I read that particular article just a few days ago, but didn't know it was based in ORK. Yeah, and whyat the hell do they need to re-structure wh
46 Post contains images Smokeyrosco : Probably because they are based in DUB
47 Post contains images Eirbus06 : News coming from another forum is that from the 1st of november SKY EUROPE are starting a 3 x weekly service from Cork to bratislava.If true,it would
48 Kaitak : Not sure if this has been mentioned before: A320 LN 3345 has been assigned to EI as EI-DVH.
49 Tonymctigue : Looks good Shamrock350. I saw an AviaJet MD 83 at SNN last Sunday. I assumed that they were a European carrier filling in on a charter for Spainair o
50 Post contains links and images Legoguy : OK guys, heres something for you to work on. I managed to take a quick picture of a North West Airlines Airlink (Mesaba Airlines) CRJ-900 flying into
51 Kaitak : Bombardier had/has a big plant near Belfast Harbour Airport, what used to be the Shorts factory. They made/make components for the Bombardier RJs.
52 Legoguy : Yup, true, it's still there, but this is the first time I've ever seen a CRJ at Belfast.
53 JWMD123 : guys look at this that was on the DUB arrivals board Catania Jetmagic GX7101 18-07-2007 16:55 Arrived 1841 I thought Jetmagic was gone????
54 Kaitak : Delta will be flying 757s from JFK-SNN this Winter; first acft in ATL for refitting ...
55 EIRules : Think this was mentioned somewhere on the irish threads already and that the premium seats would be on sale at economy prices
56 Smokeyrosco : And whats with the Canadian reg, I assume it's a brand new aircraft, possibly delivered to someone else? did NW cancel some RJs?[Edited 2007-07-18 23
57 Rineanna : Maybe it's something to do with what we were talking about earlier........................ ............probably not, but maybe! That's great news for
58 Pilot21 : I'm seeing the other A320 due to EI, EI-DVG has been assigned MSN No. 3318, and it is due in Nov 07, but the one u list above Kaitak is due for deliv
59 Post contains images OA260 : Just two of the many photos I took at DUB yesterday !! These two being my favourite.
60 Post contains links and images Shamrock350 : Nice photos OA260! The Etihad livery is very nice and looks great on the A330. EI warns of bad weather disruption in the US. www.aerlingus.com Looks l
61 EI2KSEA : Its been pretty good in BOS so far although this evening was a bit wet. Dont see how it would have disrupted things too much here at least.. I saw on
62 Tonymctigue : Nice photos OA260. I must take a spotting trip to DUB some weekend. There seems to have been alot of disruption to flights already this summer due to
63 Shamrock350 : Aer Lingus have Dublin-Cardiff in their booking system for the 6th and 7th of October. The map for the flight is showing an A320 but could Cardiff see
64 Post contains links OA260 : Hi guys thanks for the thumbs up on the pics. I guess it was right place at the right time. It really made it all worth it. Anyway I have done a ''Spo
65 Smokeyrosco : Possible, but a lot of people will get the boat to holyhead and drive up. Also Ireland might not be playing in Cardiff on those days, depends how wel
66 Post contains links N272WA : FR announced new routes??? From DUB to where? nothing yet on fr.com SOURCE: www.breakingnews.ie Ryanair announces 11 new routes 19/07/2007 - 11:23:36
67 Post contains links Smokeyrosco : http://www.rte.ie/business/2007/0719/ryanair.html
68 Post contains links Aerarann : www.breakingnews.ie/business
69 Pe@rson : " target=_blank>http://www.rte.ie/business/2007/0719....html I’m glad that FR regularly modifies its operations; after all, if it a route is underp
70 EI787 : Looking at the EI flights to CWL for the Rugby. They are charging €314 return for the flights. Looked at RE for the same dates and around about
71 AerArann : I think that might be a mistake, because i entered DUB-CWL and it gave me DUB-GWY prices. The flights are all full on the 5th - 7th with RE except on
72 Post contains images EI787 : Yeah just saw that now. Oh well! I thought I had found a bargain there!
73 Danny : " target=_blank>http://www.rte.ie/business/2007/0719....html So what are the new routes? And why there is no mention on ryanair.com?
74 Rineanna : Dublin-Skavsta
75 Post contains images Eirbus06 : No press release yet but Cork - Bratislava is available for booking from the 31 Oct.Travel out on the 17th and back to cork on the 20th only 60eur all
76 OA260 : Yeah there is a kind of raised but mound of earth to the left of where the cars park and its elevated enough not to be too obstructed by the fence.
77 Post contains images Eirbus06 : It's actually below that.No car access to it.Directly across from the red and white hut.Dodgy road to walk there.I was nearly wiped out. And i have ab
78 COEI2007 : I saw on the UK version of EI.com, you can purchase car-parking in UK airports! LGW as also been added as been added to available destinations to book
79 EIRules : The B6 one was meant to start in August, not sure if that means bookable from August or originally meant in operation from August. Not sure about the
80 Post contains images Gkirk : How well are RE doing on NCL-GWY? Timings are quite awful for this route
81 Tonymctigue : Well done RE. Although I'm sure they are a distant third but it's like how FR love to claim they are the largest international carrier.
82 OA260 : Haha yes I deleted some of those!! DHL/ UPS/ TESCO's lorries lol....
83 Al2637 : I think we'll be a long time waiting. Have B6 even agreed to it yet?
84 Kaitak : I thought it was to be in operation from next month? I think B6 has agreed to it; it certainly seems to be in its interests and there is a lot of pote
85 Post contains images OA260 : The next best thing to flying DUB-AUH !!!
86 Smokeyrosco : AF and WX are the same company.
87 OA260 : Did AF buy out WX??? I thought it was just a franchise.
88 Post contains links Smokeyrosco : Long time ago, WX can't do anything without AF's approval. www.cityjet.com
89 OA260 : Oh ok . Its the poor member of the AF group though IMHO. I hate the service on the DUB to CDG route, its a cheap version of the AF mainline network. I
90 Smokeyrosco : I agree with one minor detail, I'd love to see AF 319's on that route!
91 OA260 : Id be happy with that . Shame its not going to happen. I have asked my AF rep on various times. AF are happy with the CityJet/AF model. I guess they
92 Post contains images Shamrock350 : The weather in London was very bad this morning. I was woken up by a VS 747 flying very low, at one stage the engines were very quite and then they be
93 OA260 : Yeah I heard it is to get very bad in the South East. You may see alot of delays today due to bad weather.
94 Shamrock350 : It's cleared up for now but I can still hear rumbles of thunder in the distance and the weather warning for the South East is valid until 6pm. I wond
95 Pilot21 : Afternoon all Flew in this morning from LCY on Cityjet (or AF I should say!). Weather was pretty awful throughout the flight, it was a bumpy ride acro
96 Post contains links and images Eirbus06 : Hey Pilot21,was this it? it's titan airways. View Large View MediumPhoto © Joseph Tonna
97 Shamrock350 : I'm glad they updated it, I thought they were going to leave it after EI-DUO was delivered. Nice to see the A350 link as well. I also notciced EI hav
98 Pilot21 : That is the one Eirbus06, thanks for resolving that one so quick, must be doing a charter for somebody?
99 Kaitak : Yes, I thought we had established that it was a -302; several journals and mags I came across had conflicting info originally, but now agreed on it b
100 Post contains links OA260 : Hey Shamrock350 what did you do to the flights at LHR today ?? LOL.... http://www.heathrowairport.com/ Weather disruption The severe weather today ha
101 Post contains images OA260 : Just seen a photo of my old area in London , must have been some down pours over there !!
102 Post contains links and images Shamrock350 : Wow I'm not surprised at that picture. Where I live, it's much higher than other parts of London in fact Harrow on the hill is the highest point in th
103 Post contains links and images OA260 : Seems like Dublin TR's arnt allowed anymore or someone made a mistake!! My TR has been deleted and I got no explanation!!! (by Jul 20 2007 in Trip Rep
104 Post contains links OA260 : Just got email back , it was moved as in theory it wasnt a TR . You have to be actually going somewhere for it to be posted under TR . New link here :
105 Post contains images Shamrock350 : I have a few family members over from Ireland and they said their flight on EI was great apart from very bad turbulence and a rough landing. The weath
106 F1eddie : To me this is what makes a terrible flight no matter how great everything else is... For some reason i hate turbulence Here everyone keeps asking the
107 Post contains images Shamrock350 : I dont like turbulence at all, I dont get travel sick unlike everyone else in my family but I do hate turbulence The Sun newspaper has a list of song
108 EIDAA : I don't enjoy turbulence at all! It's funny, I have a degree in Aero Eng, work with the things and obviously have an appreciation for what they can w
109 OA260 : Ive had some very bad experiences with turbulence. On a SN flight from ATH to BRU we dropped and drinks went everywhere and a crew member was injured
110 N272WA : Oh yeah, remember you telling me about that. Glad to hear that the crew were SO professional and that you had 2 hours of non-turbulence to enjoy.
111 F1eddie : Do you all want to turn me off flying. I thank god have not been in severe turbulence yet... Coming from London to DUB i experienced one small drop of
112 Post contains images OA260 : Yeah you couldnt fault the crew on that flight .
113 Aerarann : Saw this on the DUB website: Arrival Times Dundee White Eagle Aviation WEA513 21-07-2007 11:55 Could this be FLYWHOOSH (Dundee based ATR42 airline, op
114 EISHN : Hey everyone. Just got back this morning, had a great ride home on none other than DUo herself. Plenty of pics from both cabins, plus others, and some
115 Post contains images N272WA : EISHN, Delighted to see you have made it back safely to Eireann's shores following your epic trans-state adventure in the US! WOW!! You got EI-DUO hom
116 Kaitak : Did I say that? Some gremlins in the machine again! Anyway, just back from the international crossroads of aviation that is JER - and 'DVF finally ca
117 OA260 : Hey there welcome back. Really glad you got DUO back as only you could do a TR justice with tons on pics!!! Cant wait to see them .
118 EISHN : I'm gonna start working on my trip report now. I want to ask people's opinion as to whether I should do two reports (one fore out bound, one for retur
119 EIRules : I reckon maybe go with one each way EISHN, quicker for anyone unfortunate enough to be on dial up and probably easier for you to do too
120 Rineanna : Ya, just looked at them there, they're pretty late allright! I suppose it's aimed particularly at leisure PAX where time isn't of the essence! Maybe
121 Post contains images OA260 : Yeah I agree ( Im on Dial up ) Although it should be a matter of days before I get BB. I decided to get the one which you have an aeriel on the house
122 Aerarann : I will try my very best!!!
123 Danny : I don't know if these are trials or simply charter but Fly Whoosh = White Eagle Aviation.
124 OA260 : Hey Aerarann I love the photos of the new RE E-Jets on your profile!!! Will it ever happen one day ??? Id love to see RE get them .
125 Pelican22 : Todays Sunday Times is reporting that " Aer Lingus is to open a base in Belfast its first outside the country " may start T/A flights from its new bas
126 Smokeyrosco : Hey OA260, if you know what your local exchange is PM it to me and I'll have a word with someone I know that owes me a favour, not sure if he can/wil
127 OA260 : Hey thanks , will have to find out. The issue is not the exhange its the poles that run from the exchange to the houses. We are on what they call ''a
128 Post contains images Smokeyrosco : Absolutely, I'm not going to begrudge it, My own preference was to see them somewhere off the Island thats all. I really hope they are uber successfu
129 BrianDromey : It could be a good way to keep SNN services viable, I guess. However, dont CO operate to EWR already? Perhaps BOS might be a better option? It would
130 Post contains links Smokeyrosco : http://www.rte.ie/news/2007/0722/cork1.html
131 Kaitak : Gosh, it's a slow day in Irish aviation land, folks. Well, might as well take a walk down memory lane! I was reading a superb book on the old Caravell
132 Kaitak : Well, that's what you call tempting fate! No messages for about six hours and then three at once. Glad all worked out well and no harm to any of thos
133 OA260 : I loved the 1-11's . I flew on a BA one from LHR to DUS on a school trip in 1989. The Caravelle's would have been cool to fly on. There is an old JAT
134 Kaitak : Unfortunately, I don't think there are any. The last one was with Gabon Air Express*, no less, but that airline has since ceased operation. A group in
135 Pilot21 : Just flew back to LCY with Cityjet, got 1 of the ARJ85's this time, very nice, and the interiors are very good, a big step up from the, now seriously
136 OA260 : Yes they put it on the CPH route in summer. I flew in it last year from CPH to DUB around the August Bank holiday. Was really nice. Concorde I did bu
137 EI787 : DUB website says September 2007
138 Post contains images Shamrock350 : Hopefully Aer Lingus will announce the new base next week if it is BFS like the papers say, I will be very happy to see LHR added. Any ideas for the o
139 OA260 : Yes it will be great for me as I will be able to use both DUB and BFS as they are both near enough the same distance from my house. Sky News just sai
140 Post contains images N272WA : I thought you were strictly an * flyer these days, OA260
141 Shamrock350 : I wish I had Sky News, Virgin Media took it away from me so I'm going get Sky. I was hoping that we would get a nice September but that looks unlikel
142 OA260 : Haha no not always. Especially with my EI USA trip in the J class seats , I might get my GC Card back LOL.... Oh yeah i heard about that . Look out f
143 Shamrock350 : I have a 42" flat TV but it gets very hot and it heats the entire room easily. I put a full glass of water next to it and forgot about it for about a
144 OA260 : Now that would be cool. Im still trying to find my model EI B747 thats in the attic ( I hope ) . A mate of mine from Limerick who i knew in London ye
145 Post contains images Shamrock350 : Would be great if you found the EI 747 model, a bit of Aer Lingus history! Probably uploading all his pictures to photobucket
146 Post contains images OA260 : LOL...he had better be Did anyone see Nationwide on RTE this evening??? It was about SNN ATC and Ballygreen ( I think that was the name) they showed
147 Post contains links and images EISHN : I'm still here! I've been uploading pictures all day. I have about a hundred pictures for the first report (they're from before my camera died somewh
148 Post contains images Smokeyrosco : Nice Pics, I took a sneak peek at your photo bucket accout Man DUB looks busy!
149 EISHN : Oy! Quite cheeky of you! You have no idea.The place is unbelievable. I knew things were bad, but this was quite a sight. From end to end there was not
150 EISHN : Also, has anyone heard? Yesterdays Indo reports that the B6 thing won't be ready til some time in the Autumn due to complications. And today the Tribu
151 Tonymctigue : I would love to see EI operate TA services from BFS via SNN again. However, I know CO operate to EWR out of BFS because the last time I went with CO
152 OA260 : That would be a good idea but do you not think that maybe they should just run a A320 from BFS to SNN to connect to T/A flights?? Could they fill an
153 AerArann : Source: Irishexaminer.com
154 Kaitak : Presumably, the intention is that by the time that three year period is up, "Mixed Mode" will have been introduced at LHR, which will add a good 10-1
155 COEI2007 : Of course EI flights are great! I'd be surprised they'd choose BFS over BHX. If BFS is picked as the new base, hopefully, it will be the first in a li
156 Post contains links EISHN : Into The West: Aer Lingus SNN-DUB-LAX (by EISHN Jul 23 2007 in Trip Reports) Right, so there she is. It's quite long just to let you know. But anyway,
157 Post contains images OA260 : Pure excellence!!! It was brilliant EISHN , you really did a good job .....now get on with the return LOL...
158 Shamrock350 : Does anyone know who the old Aer Lingus 747s went to. I know one was retired but where did the others end up? Thanks for the report EISHN! It was real
159 Kaitak : I think two went to Kabo Air in Nigeria and ultimately ended their days in the US; I recall we discussed this on a previous thread; someone was talkin
160 Tonymctigue : Times have also changed in NI since then. The peace process was only in its early days when EI last tried to operate TA flights from BFS. I doubt the
161 EISHN : Sounds like fun! Arrive at the airport at about 7:20-7:30ish. Use the fastpass machine. It's very easy and fast. I take it you'll be travelling with
162 Post contains links EIDAA : EI-ASI - This one went to Kabo Air as 5N-ZZZ and was apparently scrapped in Tijuana in 2002. http://www.airliners.net/open.file/0469774/M/ http://www
163 OA260 : Yes , Im kicking myself I didnt do a trip when they had LHR to SNN years ago at Xmas time. It would have been great to have it bought and stored at a
164 Tonymctigue : You can say that. I would love to see the 747 in the EI fleet again. It will never happen but we can always dream. I suppose part of the reason the 7
165 Shamrock350 : Thanks for your answers. It would be nice to see one of them back in Ireland as a museum piece or something.
166 Post contains images EISHN : You won't give out to me for taking pictures of the safety demo on my flights will you?
167 OA260 : Ok ok first Anetter to get COEI2007 on video doing a demo and post on youtube gets 2 free tickets to Paris LOL.....
168 Post contains images Smokeyrosco : Doesn't EISHN have friends in EI COEI2007, whats our schedule for the next month
169 Post contains links and images EISHN : I have a bit of bad news folks. I can't find the USB cable for my camera, and until I do, there won't be a TR. I'm sure it'll pop up soon, just lettin
170 Post contains images Tonymctigue : He isn't by any chance operating on EI124 from SNN-DUB next Sunday? It's great when these little things come up to give us something to talk about wh
171 F1eddie : Just stumblled onto discovery. Its a programme about united 93
172 OA260 : I saw it but switched it off as I cant watch it. I went with a mate to see the movie last year and came out really affected by it. Took me a few days
173 Widebody : " target=_blank>http://www.airliners.net/open.file/0...74/M/ Not too big up on my EI history, but what EI aircraft would be the tail behind the 747?
174 COEI2007 : Good luck to ye all! Me and the senior will be down to you quicker than you can say offload! Riga, Riga, Riga and Riga! Go ahead and book a nice flig
175 Toulouse : 707.
176 Tonymctigue : Apologies EISHN, I meant to say thank you for the info. I'll bring my camera & take some photos & do a Trip Report when I return. Can I select a wind
177 Shamrock350 : Always makes me laugh! I hope we some soon but with the design still changing behind closed doors it could still be a while yet until we see some goo
178 OA260 : Oh no chance !!!! Flight from hell....do you not get the Vodka fumes on those flights!! I have corps on those flights with BT and EI every week and t
179 Shamrock350 : Thats a shame. I have seen a few rare models on sale and not bought any of them because of a cracked wing or broken engine, I regret not buying them
180 OA260 : Yes I always look on Ebay as you find some really interesting things there also. Limted edition stickers and models etc... they have an EY A380 at th
181 Shamrock350 : Ebay is great but I haven't had a look there in a while. If you do decide to go for the EY A380 be sure to show us when you get it. That's great! I'm
182 Kaitak : Reported on PPRUNE that EI will start BFS-LHR and BFS-BRU (the latter dly exc. Sat).
183 Shamrock350 : Good to hear! I imagine AMS, CDG and WAW might be included in the near future.
184 Widebody : Merci Toulouse
185 Post contains links OA260 : Brussels would do well. Just an email I got re Star Alliance Ireland news!! First one ever so Star are targeting Irish trade and consumer now. UNITED
186 Post contains links Shamrock350 : RAIN DRIVES RECORD DUBLIN BOOKINGS FOR RYANAIR http://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/news....r=07&month=jul&story=gen-en-230707 I'm sure quite a few airlines
187 OA260 : Haha yes my brains been tortured the last 3 weeks!!! Im fed up with it lol....
188 N272WA : Good stuff. Delighted that BFS will get more links to the Continent thanks to EI. Didn't Sabena used have flights betwwen BRU and BFS some years ago.
189 COEI2007 : Yeah, no alcohol is served on RIX flights! They still try to bring their own! Luckily i've only had one! I bet, because i've mentioned it, i'll have
190 Dstc47 : SN could not make a B.Ae 146 out of Belfast pay to Brussels, and that was when there were very few alternative flights from Belfast to any continental
191 Post contains links and images EISHN : They don't allow you to pick your seats on those flights, not via the web, or at check-in. They assign you a seat, but you can change it yourself onc
192 Toulouse : You're very welcome Widebody! Sorry for the short answer this morning, but I was in a rush. I know I was on EI's 707s a few times, but my only memori
193 Post contains images OA260 : Ok EISHN I called the Gards and they are on their way round to get you!!! Corporate theft is still illegal
194 EISHN : Uh oh, they won't be pleased with all the other Aer Lingus and Boeing, and Airbus.... and Fokker stuff I have in my collection!!!
195 OA260 : I have tons of stuff I shouldnt have lol...mostly when I was a kid going to and from Greece I got logo branded blankets,pillows,cutlery,headphones,gl
196 Kaitak : Ah yes, but wasn't that in the bad old days? Things are a lot better now, as evidence merely by the fact that a DUP MP - Jeffrey Donaldson is among t
197 Post contains images OA260 : Haha I hear they are changing the Cara mag for the BFS route to ''No surrender'' LOL...
198 Shamrock350 : Yep just like that! I think that livery would look great on the A350XWB.
199 Shamrock350 : I think its remaining as 4 daily so this will be a big increase in capacity. An increase which i think may not be needed especially for winter. I sup
200 Kaitak : Just a quick question on connections and baggage interlining. I may have the opportunity later this year to fly SIA and was wondering about getting fr
201 BrianDromey : In a situation where Mixed Mode were to be introdced would EI stand to gain ~12% of te new slots, or would EI ahve to apply for each pair? And sweet
202 AerArann : 18:40 - OAL 757 on Finals to Baldonnel (Casement)
203 EISHN : 192 I believe. Could Bx737 help us out on this one? Shannon has four daily in SUmmer (now) and will have three during the Winter. There are 21 flight
204 OA260 : Just had a quick scan and all the fares are using EI Via LHR to SNN. MH/SQ/KL/QR you will have to claim bags at DUB on the majority. I would take SQ
205 EISHN : Try EI DUB-FRA, then SQ FRA-SIN. EI do interline with SQ. My dad did it in Feb. His bagsa went straight through, but he had to checkin againat FRA. W
206 Kaitak : Ah yes, but it has to be SIA ... need I explain why!!!! (It's very big, very late and comes from a place in southern France!) Anyway, thanks for the r
207 Bramble : Was wondering what that was, got a bad pic of it as it passed my house. 193 before the refit to remove the galley at door 2. Had variable geometry se
208 BrianDromey : I did tack an ORK-LHR suggestion onto a diamond club e-mail once. I wont hold my breath! The only real possibility of bmi serving ORK would be an ABZ
209 OA260 : Oh can you scan and post!!! Id love to see it . Haha I was trying to find a photo that seems to have dissapeared of me standing in the engine of a A3
210 Post contains images EISHN : Ah yes. I see now! What about SNN-DUB then DUB-LHR? Anyway, here are some more interior pics of DUO. They're not my own, but from a friend   Sorry a
211 Tonymctigue : Evening folks. I was wondering do any of you know of any carriers that operate a BAE 146 out of GWY? I was out for my usual walk at lunchtime & I saw
212 Rineanna : I don't know what carrier it is, but it's operating flights to AGP and elsewhere for Slattery's (I think).
213 OA260 : Thanks for the pics EISHN. Just one question , on DUO on the way back did they have throw away head covers?? The photos dont seem to have any and I w
214 Smokeyrosco : FLYBE maybe?
215 EISHN : They did, in both classes. I had thought the same thing before with other pictures.They're the same as on other aircraft, with Aer Lingus written the
216 Post contains images Shamrock350 : Thanks for the photos EISHN the seats look very smart, slightly boring though. I think the pattern on the old Premier seats would have looked good on
217 Post contains links Rineanna : Just did a bit of rooting there, and, to confirm, it was an Atlantic Airlines (RC) 146 operating the Tuesday charter flight to Malaga on behalf of Sl
218 EISHN : It's amazing. It's just disappeared into thin air. I can't find it anywhere. I know it's here somewhere, because I've used it before. It's in the lap
219 Post contains images Tonymctigue : Good on EISHN . You summed up SNN in a nutshell. It really does need a major upgrade. I have to say that the newer check in area is quite nice but as
220 Post contains links and images Shamrock350 : It will turn up when you least expect it to Well I haven't been to SNN in a while but that certainly brought back a few memories. The one thing I rem
221 Post contains images Toulouse : My only experience of SNN (except for some childhood trips which I don't remember) was in the summer about 3 or 4 years ago, when Europe was sunny an
222 Post contains links Shamrock350 : Here are the routes to BHD, not exactly going to rival any EI service at BFS. EMA-BHD PIK-BHD LPL-BHD http://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/news....r=07&mon
223 OA260 : HAHA..... Not really exciting to be honest. Just some news snippets!!!! -------------------------------- Ryanair is €109m better off from its 'hidd
224 AerArann : " target=_blank>http://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/news....50707 What a shambles. Obviously just picking up on the spare capacity from the dropped INV rou
225 OA260 : Apparantly the staff at BFS are going mad!!! No one has told them anything and they cant get hold of their PR teams. No one from EI can be contacted a
226 Shamrock350 : Is this because of the FR announcement at BHD or because of Aer Lingus possibly choosing BFS as a new base?
227 OA260 : Its because of the BFS / EI BFS-LHR (so called announcement) . The information desks and switchboards are jammers
228 Widebody : From breakingnews.ie... Meanwhile, Malev Hungarian Airlines and Royal Jordanian Airways are teaming up to offer a new service from Cork Airort to Amma
229 Post contains images Shamrock350 : Thanks. Sounds like it's going to be an interesting day
230 OA260 : LOL...some things get very badly reported!!! MA has signed an agreement with RJ for codeshare with RJ's Ejets from BUD to AMM twice a week. You can n
231 Smokeyrosco : I heard a couple of Rumors about the new Base, what do we know so far? Is it definatly Belfast? do we have definate routes? and do we know when it's g
232 OA260 : Nothing is ''official''yet its just press speculation. The only thing official is FR out of BHD and its bookable on the FR website. Glasgow is bookabl
233 Smokeyrosco : I'm not sure if I should spill what I know, it's a bit close to home if anyone in EI may be reading this.
234 Post contains images N272WA : Go on smokeyrosco - divulge!!! or at least PM me, I am very impatient !!!
235 Post contains images Shamrock350 : I wish EI would just announce this base, they always take forever to announce things and by the time to make an announcement the papers and news agenc
236 Smokeyrosco : I can't say anything really on here.... anyone that knows me knows the place out of all the options I leased wanted it to be.... well it's going to be
237 EISHN : I've heard from someone else that it'll be MAN. This is because there friend, who is an EI FA, has signed a contract with EI to go over MAN for 6 mont
238 OA260 : Nothings new at ORK!! Its just that people from ORK can fly to BUD as they always did and connect to a new onward destination. How many Jordanians or
239 EISHN : I know that, but now they have the ability to do that. You'd be suprised. I live in a in a small to medium sized town, with people across the globe,
240 AerArann : Heres a round up on the days events, that havent been mentioned.... Source: Belfast Telegraph Source: BBC
241 Pe@rson : Actually, those things were mentioned about a month ago.
242 Kaitak : That's going to put quite a bit of pressure on EI slots at LHR - something's gotta give! As for MA to AMM via BUD, I would imagine that MA would fly i
243 BrianDromey : WHATTT? Is this to create more office space to justify the continued employment of staff who should long since been given a P45? SNN is not seeing an
244 AerArann : Thats odd ... because there up on the internet dated today !!!
245 Post contains links Pe@rson : 'Fraid not: 25th June: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/article2706531.ece And there was also an article about it in the Belfast Telegraph
246 Kaitak : I wonder if there would be enough business from Ireland to justify a service to AMM. Remember, you have to have point to point traffic, rather than r
247 Post contains images Shamrock350 : Well FR at BHD was only announced today but like most things in aviation we know about a month before an official announcement is made. I keep hearing
248 Pe@rson : SNN has been an underperforming base for several years now. Many of FR's annual reports state that.
249 Tonymctigue : I believe the planned extension at SNN is to facilitate the new full US Customs & Boarder Preclearance Facility rather than to provide any increase i
250 Pe@rson : Increase it what? Yield? Routes? Seats? Customer numbers?
251 OA260 : RJ is actually operating the flights by E jets. MA has a 4 didget codeshare on it . Its nothing to do with ORK to be honest. You could say the same f
252 EISHN : From The Clare People: THE Shannon Airport Authority (SAA) has taken a major step forward in preparing for the end of the Shannon stop-over. The phase
253 Post contains links and images Kaitak : I've started a new Irish aviation thread - specially for Dubliners   Can we move over to No.33! 33/07 - A Special Dubliners' Aviation Thread! (by Kai
254 Tonymctigue : Apologies Pe@rson, I should have been more specific. SNN recorded a 9% increase in passenger numbers.
255 Smokeyrosco : so it will me I'll have to collect my bags in SNN to go through customs? meh, unless your flying point to point but given the lack of interested US cu
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