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by ClassicLover
Sun Sep 12, 2021 9:12 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 9/21; Climbing through the storm
Replies: 146
Views: 17833

Re: Irish 9/21; Climbing through the storm

OA260 wrote:
Aer Lingus have done a pretty good job on the refurb.
The QR ordering system was shut off this morning though so was just told to help myself.


Looks decent enough - great pics!

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by ClassicLover
Tue Sep 07, 2021 7:08 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 9/21; Climbing through the storm
Replies: 146
Views: 17833

Re: Irish 9/21; Climbing through the storm

Yeah unfortunately you won’t get their new Polaris seats but at least you’ll get to fly on a rare aircraft! I think there are only about 40 -400s. Almost perfectly correct, there are 37 of them. They are quite rare indeed - I'd be happy to have no Polaris and get one of those, just to say I have be...

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by ClassicLover
Mon Sep 06, 2021 4:38 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 9/21; Climbing through the storm
Replies: 146
Views: 17833

Re: Irish 9/21; Climbing through the storm

Donegal flight service contract out for tender ​​​​​​ The Department of Transport has launched a new tender for an airline to provide State-subsidised air services between Dublin and Donegal. http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/donegal-flight-service-contract-out-for-tender-40816552.html I'd b...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Sep 01, 2021 8:55 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 9/21; Climbing through the storm
Replies: 146
Views: 17833

Re: Irish 9/21; Climbing through the storm

LH982 wrote:
To me the PLF is just pointless bureaucracy. It delivers very little, but causes great inconvenience.


Well, it's not really great inconvenience. If people actually did what they were told and spent 3 minutes filling it in online, there'd be almost no inconvenience at all.

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 31, 2021 11:12 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Passenger numbers climb at Kerry Airport as routes take off again I wonder how long for though - Radio Kerry reports Ryanair is committed to Kerry until "at least February". https://www.radiokerry.ie/news/ryanair-committed-to-kerry-dublin-route-until-at-least-february-249071 Hopefully the...

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 31, 2021 8:55 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Are they charging for the sandwiches and salads? The absence of the word “complimentary” is suspect. I wouldn’t put it past them. I wouldn't think so, the QR code ordering looks to be the same as what BA use in their London lounges. It's to prevent people wandering about. I'll be curious to see if ...

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by ClassicLover
Mon Aug 30, 2021 3:42 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Aer Lingus Lounge officially reopens on 1st September. https://twitter.com/AerLingus/status/1432317351064711170?s=20 It looks like the refurbishment was a mid-life refresh as expected, no major interior remodelling but I don't think anyone seriously expected that. The design choices are very much i...

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by ClassicLover
Mon Aug 30, 2021 9:05 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Are the security check services not contracted in at DUB? I have never found them to be anything other than moody and rude. And it's about time the scanning equioment was updated to wrap around. Taking off ones belts and shoes, and displaying electronic equipment separately, is quite old world now....

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by ClassicLover
Sat Aug 28, 2021 2:55 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Qantas FY20/21 Group Results, $2.35 billion loss, 2 A380’s to be retired
Replies: 110
Views: 15523

Re: Qantas FY20/21 Group Results, $2.35 billion loss, 2 A380’s to be retired

Based on ____? Not sure how you're stating that so definitively, when (1) DL just acquired a tranche of additional TPAC-capable widebodies, (2) its Australian partner just lost all of its, and (3) DL will have significantly more gates, at least 4 of them FIS+widebody capable, at LAX by the end of n...

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by ClassicLover
Thu Aug 26, 2021 10:05 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Qantas FY20/21 Group Results, $2.35 billion loss, 2 A380’s to be retired
Replies: 110
Views: 15523

Re: Qantas FY20/21 Group Results, $2.35 billion loss, 2 A380’s to be retired

I believe 350-1000 still remains preferred aircraft for sunrise and sunrise still planning to go ahead And please do not forget the importance of Project Sunrise to Qantas' future and even to Australia's survival. Australia's survival ? What are you talking about ? It's deliberate exaggeration as h...

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by ClassicLover
Thu Aug 26, 2021 5:12 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: New IAG carrier at LGW
Replies: 120
Views: 20221

Re: New IAG carrier at LGW

It'll be British Airways exactly as it is now with BA CityFlyer out of London City. Separate airline completely, but it's seamless with the main airline. Exactly like Iberia/Iberia Express. Therefore it'll just be new contracts, lower costs, called whatever and it will operate with aircraft painted ...

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by ClassicLover
Thu Aug 26, 2021 3:02 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Qantas FY20/21 Group Results, $2.35 billion loss, 2 A380’s to be retired
Replies: 110
Views: 15523

Re: Qantas FY20/21 Group Results, $2.35 billion loss, 2 A380’s to be retired

They should get a huge bailout from their government. Poor people have been in lockdown with zero tourism on and off for 1.5 years with no end in sight Why should they? Qantas has plenty of cash on hand and they managed to lower debt during the period, so they're doing fine. They are lucky to be ex...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Aug 25, 2021 9:02 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Caravelle - engine start and taxi
Replies: 34
Views: 6940

Re: Caravelle - engine start and taxi

https://www.lecaravelleclub.org/


Google Chrome translates the Swedish pretty well though!
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ionizer wrote:
Some information available on this site, sadly only in Swedish.
https://www.lecaravelleclub.org/


Google Chrome translates the Swedish pretty well though!

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by ClassicLover
Wed Aug 25, 2021 9:00 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Dublin Bus' Airlink services have been permanently suspended due to "the impact of Covid-19." The 747 and 757 routes to Dublin Airport were temporarily scrapped when the pandemic began but it was announced yesterday that they won't be making a return. http://www.dublinlive.ie/news/dublin-...

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by ClassicLover
Mon Aug 23, 2021 10:48 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

I don't think we will ever know where the truth lies, but it's fun to speculate. Is it realistic that EI would have a transatlantic fleet approaching 30 aircraft? With around 12 A333as and 14A321s? That seems like a big fleet for EI, even in the best of times. Are there really that many non-BOS/NYC...

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by ClassicLover
Sun Aug 22, 2021 4:26 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Updated: US Activates the CRAF program for Afghanistan
Replies: 176
Views: 34214

Re: US Considering Activating the CRAF program for Afghanistan

What about safety cards? Are temporary cards printed up real quick in the native language to accompany the permanent cards? Are translators assisting the flight attendants? Why would they need special safety cards? The airlines transport thousands of people each day who may not speak the language o...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Aug 18, 2021 4:44 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Teen plane spotters glad to be back at Dublin Airport One month after restrictions were eased, it is not just air passengers who have been enjoying the resumption of non-essential international travel. http://www.rte.ie/news/2021/0817/1241358-teen-plane-spotters/ That's a cool little piece! I alway...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Aug 18, 2021 3:28 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

kaitak wrote:
Apparently strong indications that US will open to Irish (&other European) travellers from Labor Day (sept 6).


Strong indications from where?? Give me a source!! (it's like a lifeboat during the sinking of the Titanic - get me the details!) :)

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 17, 2021 9:26 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Just came off a flight at LAX. Noticed that all EI signage (roadway and terminal) along with logos have been throughly scrubbed off. Does anyone know if they have given up on restoring the route? It will come back, for sure. It was the only west coast route that survived through the last downturn. ...

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 17, 2021 4:49 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Not sure if this was already mentioned but AA have axed DUB-PHL for November and a mate of mine told me more frequencies will be cut over the Winter. Not surprised, I had an AA flight LHR-JFK cancelled the other day for January (the mid-afternoon departure). Looks like the tweaking of the schedule ...

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by ClassicLover
Sun Aug 15, 2021 1:05 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

But EI very much DID contribute to Stobart going to the wall. EI handled all of the bookings, see them as a payment processor on behalf of Stobart Air. EI used to hand these receipts over promptly enabling successful cashflow. When COVID hit, they started to turn the screw on Stobart to preserve th...

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by ClassicLover
Fri Aug 13, 2021 7:08 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

That’s true about it not being well known, unfortunately it’s only really aviation enthusiasts and some people who travel for work who know about the domestic flights. I did a price comparison and the flight worked out cheaper then the train. I’d take the flight any day! Maybe the Government should...

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by ClassicLover
Fri Aug 13, 2021 4:58 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

. I'd love to book a flight to go see it, but I'm actually not scheduled to fly Aer Lingus again until April 2022, would you believe. There may be a trip to Amsterdam at Christmas, so I may get to see it this year, but we'll see. Once you know it’s open for sure book a cheapo saver day trip to LGW ...

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by ClassicLover
Fri Aug 13, 2021 4:16 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

I'm dying to see what they've done with it inside since the renovation. Well it won’t be like the SQ lounge at LHR T2 ;) Don’t expect too much . Hahaha! Imagine people's reaction if it was that good... hey, one can dream!! It was a decent lounge, layout and furniture wise, but crap food! It will be...

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by ClassicLover
Fri Aug 13, 2021 3:10 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

According to @Michaelkelly707 on Twitter (who is usually quite good for information on Irish aviation), the Aer Lingus lounge in Dublin is due to reopen on 1 September. I'm dying to see what they've done with it inside since the renovation.

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by ClassicLover
Fri Aug 13, 2021 6:51 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Did the KIR-DUB route yesterday. Better LF than the day before, 45-50 on board but tbh I don’t think it will ever get much higher than that. It could well be that because the flights are in the middle of the day that they are less popular? Once they go to morning and evening from 1 September, that ...

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by ClassicLover
Thu Aug 12, 2021 1:38 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Not directly related to Irish aviation, but jetBlue have finally made their first adventure across the Atlantic. I think it's a once in a lifetime opportunity for jetBlue to get a foot in the door at LHR. I think most of us expected something like DUB or MAN as their first transatlantic route, but ...

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 10, 2021 9:52 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Body scanners also replaced the old metal detectors. I'd forgotten about the body scanner! It's also a new one - you don't have to go inside the machine, you just stand in the open. That was the first one I'd ever come across, to be honest... from memory anyway - the attention I pay to security scr...

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 10, 2021 6:37 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

I did the Dublin to Kerry route today, the flight was nearly empty only about 20-25 pax onboard, I know it’s a Tuesday but it’s still very low. I was surprised how short the flight was at only 32 minutes and how small Kerry Airport was, we landed and in just over 5 minutes you can be outside arriva...

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 10, 2021 6:30 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: EK ad from top of Burj Khalifa will blow your mind
Replies: 39
Views: 6967

Re: EK ad from top of Burj Khalifa will blow your mind

My heart goes out to her! Not afraid of heights, but that's still a massive NOPE from me! Haha... if that looks scary, the stuff Gladys Ingle used to do is far more brave - https://travelupdate.com/gladys-ingle-repairing-plane-video/ There is no way you'd get me changing planes in mid-air and then ...

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by ClassicLover
Mon Aug 09, 2021 2:53 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Fine if all other carriers are providing a similar service but they are not. Most are back serving hot food and all the ancillary items. I thought that if you were fighting for bums on seats you would not fail to serve food or charge for hand bags. You would do your best to enhance your services. Y...

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by ClassicLover
Mon Aug 09, 2021 1:13 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

I simply don't get it. How is it possible to run out of stock for a return journey, especially ex base? It's a revenue centre for them so you would imagine they would be pushing it. And it's not a covid thing, its been am EI problem for years. FR dont run out but then they understand the value of m...

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by ClassicLover
Sun Aug 08, 2021 9:09 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

I'm staying not too far from CFN in Caislean Oir Hotel in Annagary. It seems to be the nearest hotel to the airport. I think it was mentioned here in the Irish thread a few months back as somewhere a contributor had stayed when visiting CFN, although I'm not 100% certain at this stage. It's about a...

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by ClassicLover
Sun Aug 08, 2021 3:49 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Had my first trip with Amapola from DUB to CFN earlier today. I'm going to spend the night in Donegal and fly back tomorrow. Quite an enjoyable first flight on a Fokker 50. First impressions are that they were a very good operator. Flight was on time. The sole member of cabin crew was very pleasant...

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by ClassicLover
Thu Aug 05, 2021 7:31 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

While Aer Lingus may not have orchestrated Stobart’s bankruptcy, they also did nothing to stop it. The known interest in the Emerald project (a purely paper airline) made it far more difficult to secure strategic investors. This further race the bottom has just come at the expense of Irish passenge...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Aug 04, 2021 9:48 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

I wonder what this means for the PSOs. I don’t believe the Department is planning to wait that long for the next tender procedure. This also leaves opportunity for other operators to come in, especially if traffic continues to recover in the coming months. By early 2023, there may not be much room ...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Aug 04, 2021 9:42 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: QF - Project Sunrise
Replies: 405
Views: 74719

Re: QF - Project Sunrise

....& a lot of non Australian are VASTLY under estimating the importance Project Sunrise to QF [& possibly to the country] , it must go ahead or replaced with something equally as innovative or QF will shrink drastically and will discontinue service west of India or maybe BKK. The whole PS ...

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 03, 2021 5:36 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: QF - Project Sunrise
Replies: 405
Views: 74719

Re: QF - Project Sunrise

I honestly would expect a worse deal for QF right now. The -1000 was not an off the shelf product, iirc it had some modifications to fit QF’s needs. With the current state of the market, and A350 production roughly half that at time of competition (and the impact of economy of scale to build the th...

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by ClassicLover
Tue Aug 03, 2021 5:20 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: QF - Project Sunrise
Replies: 405
Views: 74719

Re: QF - Project Sunrise

QF has not ordered the A350 (-1000 or any variant). They selected the aircraft but never officially signed on the dotted line for a firm order, and the pricing and conditions Airbus was offering have long since lapsed (expired back in ~March 2020). Nothing precludes Airbus from offering a pax -950 ...

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by ClassicLover
Mon Aug 02, 2021 4:59 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Both A330 versions are on aeroLOPA, they look great. I played around a little bit with comparing the IB layout on their A333s with the EI one. I was curious to know how the impact of a hypothetical Premium Economy product, assuming the same spec as the IB seat. I think they would end up with someth...

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by ClassicLover
Mon Aug 02, 2021 4:09 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Australian Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 220
Views: 35290

Re: Australian Aviation Thread - August 2021

https://beta.virginaustralia.com/au/en


Ah-ha! Thanks for that, now I see what you meant.
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freshwater wrote:
Just realised I was being redirected to the test site., try this...

https://beta.virginaustralia.com/au/en


Ah-ha! Thanks for that, now I see what you meant.

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by ClassicLover
Mon Aug 02, 2021 4:06 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

The A321LR and A320 are online now too, Ive only been on the LR once and its been a while since I’ve been on an EI A320, but both seem very accurate - even the missing window on the LR is included. Yes, the great thing about aeroLOPA is that the cabin diagrams match precisely what is on the aircraf...

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by ClassicLover
Sun Aug 01, 2021 12:12 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

GAJ/GCF have crew rest facilities which reduce the capacity by one middle row, to allow access to the lower deck rest area. EIM and EIN are the same configuration. DAA/DUO/LAX all have the rest areas, so their capacity is lower than EWR, incidentally DAA should read 243 seats in Y Class. As we prob...

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by ClassicLover
Sat Jul 31, 2021 8:05 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

One of the crew said during the second lockdown the catering firm went bust so Bia was heavily reduced they cant even source Taytos with the new one . A 2 page mini menu is all thats available and most of that was sold out. Its great to see the Aer Lingus 321NEO on the route the PTVs are great for ...

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by ClassicLover
Sat Jul 31, 2021 6:52 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Australian Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 220
Views: 35290

Re: Australian Aviation Thread - August 2021

Virgin Australia has just launched a refresh of their website. Not sure how I feel about it from a user experience point of view, much more clicking through ala Jetstar. They are definitely striving to differentiate themselves from the pre COVID VA. It doesn't seem to be all that much different to ...

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by ClassicLover
Sat Jul 31, 2021 6:49 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021
Replies: 335
Views: 36950

Re: Irish 8/21: Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021

Welcome to the Irish Aviation Thread - August 2021. Please continue to add your news and comments below. As suspected: https://flyinginireland.com/2021/07/aer-lingus-a330-scrapped-at-knock/ Some nice pics there of her final journey. I saw the landing earlier on Knock Airport's Twitter account. Nice...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Jul 28, 2021 4:59 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 7/21: I remember that Summer in Dublin
Replies: 354
Views: 40122

Re: Irish 7/21: I remember that Summer in Dublin

Does anyone know if domestic passengers need to fill in the passenger locator form? I'm due to fly KIR-DUB soon and it's been so long since I flew domestically that I can't remember if I even pass through immigration on arrival at DUB. I'm flying it on Monday - if you're going after that, I can rep...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Jul 28, 2021 1:02 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 7/21: I remember that Summer in Dublin
Replies: 354
Views: 40122

Re: Irish 7/21: I remember that Summer in Dublin

Believe the frame 20109 was built in 1987. This frame was originally intended for Ansett, but NTU. I guess it sat idle for a couple of years until it was remarketed to German regional DLT. All, that solves the mystery then. Makes sense! I wonder if they will continue using the same aircraft and kee...

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by ClassicLover
Wed Jul 28, 2021 8:51 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 7/21: I remember that Summer in Dublin
Replies: 354
Views: 40122

Re: Irish 7/21: I remember that Summer in Dublin

Its operating, Search for HP330 / HP331 / HP332 / HP333 or SE-MFY on FR24, the standard data is showing as operated by FlexFlight hence its not picked up. SE-MFY is shown on Airfleets as having a first flight of 21 December 1989, which is interesting as it's in amongst the lowest MSNs. All the rest...

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by ClassicLover
Tue Jul 27, 2021 3:04 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Irish 7/21: I remember that Summer in Dublin
Replies: 354
Views: 40122

Re: Irish 7/21: I remember that Summer in Dublin

GAJ/GCF have crew rest facilities which reduce the capacity by one middle row, to allow access to the lower deck rest area. EIM and EIN are the same configuration. DAA/DUO/LAX all have the rest areas, so their capacity is lower than EWR, incidentally DAA should read 243 seats in Y Class. As we prob...

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