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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 7:48 pm

Quoting N272WA (Reply 49):
I wonder when EI scale back on DUB-SNN, will RE take up the route for a 3rd time, given that it has already been pulled twice. Twice I tried to fly DUB-SNN, once with RE (canx due to fog) and once with EUJet (which went bust).... lol. The 330 is your only man on that route I think!!

Well you cant book DUB-SNN after March 29th 2008 on Aer Lingus maybe RE will pick up from April onwards?
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 7:52 pm

Yep, but even RE could not make the route work with an evening flight (when there were no EI flights), so unless they plan on 1 or 2 early to mid morning flights, i am not sure it will work. Shame Loganair cannot op the route. They are a pleasure to fly with to LDY and they used to op the PSO route from DUB to NOC. Saab340 is the perfect eqp for the route in terms of capacity as well.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 7:52 pm

DUO is due into Dublin around eight this evening.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 7:57 pm

Savage... it'll probably be run the 105 to JFK in the morning!  Smile
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 8:04 pm

It will be shame to see the A330 dissapear from the DUB-SNN route but it's just too much stress for the aircraft.

Quoting Vatry (Reply 52):
DUO is due into Dublin around eight this evening.

I wish I booked to fly into Dublin tonight and not Cork, I will keep a look out and see if I can see it inflight, you never know it might pass me  Wink
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 8:12 pm

Quoting N272WA (Reply 49):
I'd like to one day see CFN linked with LTN but I guess, people will continue to use FR at LDY.

That's the thing, Derry airport is just thjat bit too near (especially with FR's recent expansions there) to warrant a higher priced, lower frequency route. And with the joint investment from the Irish and British Govt. at LDY, it doesn't look like CFN will ever be the focus of imporoving the North west's transport infrastructrure significantly. Sure, it will get the investment needed to maintain the DUB links, but LDY seems to be favoured.

However, that said another Uk destination may be operated.

Quoting N272WA (Reply 49):
KIR

I think there are a few more destinations which could be masde work from here despite FR at SNN. Again, UK destiantions primarily, but there's also a relatively strong demand from Germany to Kerry, so a twice weekly, maybe just a summer route could be possible. I know this probably won't be RE.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 8:12 pm

Haven't posted something in a very long time O_o

Maybe this has been discussed before. Does anyone notice the names of the new EI a/c. It seems like that they are running out of names  eyepopping  . They are using names from their ex-fleet aircrafts and putting them on the new ones if anyone notice this? For example EI-DUO A332 St.Columba = B735 EI-CDA, EI-DUZ A333 St.Aoife = BAe 146-300 EI-CLH,

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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 8:19 pm

hey just a thought, with open skies, does it mean the (say) DL would be able to sell seats DUB to SNN and the other way around, I know thats the it will be in the rest of the EU
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 8:23 pm

Quoting Vatry (Reply 52):
DUO is due into Dublin around eight this evening.

Are you sure about this Vatry? Sorry to question you but it was supposed to come in around 8 on tuesday and never did! I want to head out and see it arriving (I live in Lucan so its not too much hassle!).
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 8:32 pm

Someone was asking about loads on EI's NCL-DUB flights? Well, they are always chock a block at weekends. Quieter during the week but still pretty decent.
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 8:40 pm

Quoting Gkirk (Reply 59):
Someone was asking about loads on EI's NCL-DUB flights? Well, they are always chock a block at weekends. Quieter during the week but still pretty decent.

I was looking at fares for the past few weekends and fares are always very high but mid week, you can easily get the €/£1 fare. At least the weekend flights are filling up, Tuesdays and Wednesdays are probably when the lowest fares are available.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 9:30 pm

Quoting Gkirk (Reply 59):
Are you sure about this Vatry? Sorry to question you but it was supposed to come in around 8 on tuesday and never did! I want to head out and see it arriving (I live in Lucan so its not too much hassle!).

Planned out of Toulouse at 7:10 local as EI991
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 9:39 pm

Quoting Smokeyrosco (Reply 57):
Maybe this has been discussed before. Does anyone notice the names of the new EI a/c. It seems like that they are running out of names . They are using names from their ex-fleet aircrafts and putting them on the new ones if anyone notice this? For example EI-DUO A332 St.Columba = B735 EI-CDA, EI-DUZ A333 St.Aoife = BAe 146-300 EI-CLH,

EI have always reused names. I'm sure Aoife was on a shed and a Saab at one stage.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 9:44 pm

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Aer Lingus have brought forward the start date of Washington IAD to 6th August.

Regards,
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 9:48 pm

That should put those new A330s to work a bit more than just adding to existing routes.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 9:56 pm

Quoting Shamrock350 (Reply 48):

Yes its been there for the past few years that I can remember. Either way it's in France and I hope the order goes for the French (European) plane maker Big grin

I would also like to see Airbus clean up at Paris, BUT only because Airbus NEEDS to. Airbus needs serious commitments to the XWB pretty soon, or the 787 will be the only game in town. If Boeing can steal the show at Airbus home airshow, well.......

Quoting N272WA (Reply 63):
Aer Lingus have brought forward the start date of Washington IAD to 6th August.

Interesting, very interesting. I take it that this is an admission of both the early succes of the new routes and the overcapacity that EI will have to BOS/ORD/JFK for the summer period.

Brian.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 10:08 pm

Quoting Aer lingus (Reply 56):

ah my nemesis of a name sake has returned. your username should have been banned long ago on grounds of identity theft! Big grin
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 10:13 pm

Quoting Shamrock350 (Reply 54):
It will be shame to see the A330 dissapear from the DUB-SNN route but it's just too much stress for the aircraft.

Yeah deffo must do a trip before it goes although its €100 return it would be worth it. A mates just back of the AGP route and I persuaded him to pay the upgrade to J seats. He said it was amazing, well worth the €45 .
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 10:13 pm

Aer Lingus, maybe Aer lingus is your alter ego? Or else you might have a dodgy Shift Key on your keyboard!!  Smile
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 10:26 pm

Link: http://www.shannonairport.com/compan...herrecordyearatshannon_070103.html



Quoting Shannon Airport: 2006 was the busiest year ever at Shannon Airport according to airport management. The total number of passengers using Shannon Airport exceeded 3.6 million for the first time ever an increase of 10% on the previous year.


Just wondering how many of these were military soldiers?  confused 
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 10:32 pm

I note EI have dropped HAM this Winter. Now just watch FR increase the fares to LBC
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 10:44 pm

I was out at the airport (DUB) this morning for a little photography binge. It was a good day; GF was about three hours late, but operated by a 340. DVF was in service and the latest FR 738 I saw was 'DPT.

Oddly, I never saw 'DVE; is this based in ORK?
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 10:45 pm

Quoting Eirbus06 (Reply 69):
Just wondering how many of these were military soldiers?

Are Military flights included in the PAX numbers? If so, what would they be categorized as; transit/transatlantic/other?

Quoting N272WA (Reply 70):
Now just watch FR increase the fares to LBC

Why, have they been noted for increasing prices before in situations like this? Bristol and Liverpool are nearly always among the €0.01 offers, even to this date when have EI left the routes.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 11:00 pm

Kaitak, what was the reg of the GF A340 today on the BAH run?
Did you catch it by any chance? Thanks.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Fri May 18, 2007 11:12 pm

Quoting Rineanna (Reply 72):
Are Military flights included in the PAX numbers? If so, what would they be categorized as; transit/transatlantic/other?

I'm sure they are as they get off the aircraft and usally have a couple of pints in SNN.

I wonder how much any airlines dropping SNN will effect FR? surly there has to be some passangers that arrive in SNN just to collect luggage and check into their FR flight.
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 12:38 am

Military traffic is NOT included in pax figures, good year, what would SNN be without FR!!!
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 12:41 am

Quoting N272WA (Reply 63):
Aer Lingus have brought forward the start date of Washington IAD to 6th August.

why?
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 12:54 am

Quoting N272WA (Reply 63):
Aer Lingus have brought forward the start date of Washington IAD to 6th August.

Does this mean a timetable change to the extra JFK/BOS/ORD flights? I can understand the extra flight to JFK and BOS but not to ORD. New York can always use extra seats in the summer and Boston can do well because there is no direct competition. But 2 flights daily to ORD seems to be overkill. Plus they have to compete with 2 AA flights as well. AA are almost giving away fares direct to SNN this summer from ORD.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 12:59 am

Quoting Aer lingus (Reply 56):
Maybe this has been discussed before. Does anyone notice the names of the new EI a/c. It seems like that they are running out of names . They are using names from their ex-fleet aircrafts and putting them on the new ones if anyone notice this? For example EI-DUO A332 St.Columba = B735 EI-CDA, EI-DUZ A333 St.Aoife = BAe 146-300 EI-CLH,

EI have done this from nearly the very begining. St Patrick has been around for 60+ years on EI aircraft.

Quoting N272WA (Reply 63):
Aer Lingus have brought forward the start date of Washington IAD to 6th August.

Thats quite interesting, but they left it quite late. 90% Of people will have theirs holidays booked by now. For instance, my flights to LAX were booked in January. Also, will DC be able to sale that quickly as oppsed to the likes of MCO?


Kaitak, did DVF have any dot-com titles on the side?
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 1:27 am

Quoting SNNUS (Reply 75):
Military traffic is NOT included in pax figures, good year, what would SNN be without FR!!!

Thanx SNNUS, FR must be at least a third of the 3.6m pax if not more!!  bigthumbsup 
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 2:06 am

Has the new A330 left Toulouise yet?

[Edited 2007-05-18 19:08:11]
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 2:06 am

Quoting EI787 (Reply 35):
With regards to Gold Circle:

You may remember a while ago that I was discussing how EI do not allow you to earn points on Partner Airlines whilst a Gold Circle Applicant. However, I just checked my Dad's Balance and it appears that he earned 443 points on an AA flight from ORD-SJC this week, even though he is just an applicant. He flew DUB-ORD with EI and connected to AA for the SJC flight.

So perhaps I will earn EI miles with my upcoming AA trip???

I'm surprised he earned miles with AA as an applicant. Could be just a mistake? Although, maybe it has something to do with part of his itinerary being with EI?

As regards to the IAD service being brought forward, it must be at the expese of the double daily ORD.

Timetabe for DUB ORD for AUG shows 2 daily, 123/125, but if you try to book ORD for Tu, Th or Sa, it only brings up the 123. SNN-ORD is only being sold on M, W, F, SU from AUG.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 2:15 am

Quoting N272WA (Reply 73):
Kaitak, what was the reg of the GF A340 today on the BAH run?
Did you catch it by any chance? Thanks.

Hi N272WA, I didn't take down the reg; I tend to take the photos and read off the reg when I'm uploading the photos to - dare I say the word - Jetphotos.net. I'll let you know asap, although I won't be home until Monday evening.

Quoting EISHN (Reply 78):
Kaitak, did DVF have any dot-com titles on the side?

Sorry, didn't notice! Again, I'll let you know, because I got photos.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 3:06 am


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Nice photo of an old EI 747 on the front page of A.net!

Any update on the delivery of 'DUO?
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 3:09 am

Exceptional A/C change , Kaitak you were very lucky to be in the right place at the right time.

18MAY ....5.. DUB BAH 0955 1855 GF 24 342*C
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 4:12 am

Quoting SNNUS (Reply 75):
Military traffic is NOT included in pax figures, good year, what would SNN be without FR!!!

I'd imagine they are, it's not like the aircraft is on a remote stand, most military transports actually pull into a gate in SNN, but then again I couldn't be sure

Quoting Kaitak (Reply 83):
Any update on the delivery of 'DUO?

EI flight 991 landed at 7:38pm
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 5:18 am

Quoting Kaitak (Reply 83):
Any update on the delivery of 'DUO?



Quoting Smokeyrosco (Reply 85):
EI flight 991 landed at 7:38pm

It sure did and it was a brand new......A320 EI-DVE! Gonna have to wait a little bit longer to see the new A330! Good job there was no passengers on the aircraft as it looked like a very bumpy landing - very windy at DUB this evening.
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 5:25 am

Quoting OA260 (Reply 84):
Exceptional A/C change , Kaitak you were very lucky to be in the right place at the right time.

18MAY ....5.. DUB BAH 0955 1855 GF 24 342*C

I've seen A340's operating the GF to BAH on a number of occasions! I should have taken pictures!
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 7:17 am

Ooh we may have our first ever Irish A.net Meet:
Ryanair Crazy Price A.net Meet? (by EMA747 May 19 2007 in Civil Aviation)
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 10:28 am

I elect the boot inn for the formal..... what ever.... I look forward too it to.
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 10:58 am

Apparently, EI-DUO is having its interiors fitted this week; it should be with us next week.

Isn't it odd that EI-DVF (ln 3136) was delivered before EI-DVE (ln 3129)? Was there any particular problem with EI-DVE?
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 6:38 pm

Sunway / Topflight / Omni have all axed their summer Friday PFO flight due to poor numbers!!!! Another sign that Cyprus is over capacity.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 10:00 pm

Quoting OA260 (Reply 91):
Another sign that Cyprus is over capacity.

Another sign that the days of ITX flights are being hammered by low cost options. Still waiting for an EI scheduled service to Cyprus.
Greetings from Hong Kong.... a subsidiary of China Inc.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 10:31 pm

Quoting BestWestern (Reply 92):
Another sign that the days of ITX flights are being hammered by low cost options. Still waiting for an EI scheduled service to Cyprus.

I think it would be loss making for EI . Even on the scheduled Helios flights it was mostly tour operators that bought their seats on Nett or group rates. No major revenue there!! If FR started and offered really cheap flights then they might make it a viable route due to their set up.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 10:33 pm

How many airlines are/have been operating to Cyprus from Irelnad. I know my uncle went to Cyprus bia LHR, last Summer which seems odd, given all the supposedly direct flights.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 10:42 pm

Helios used to fly to LCA and PFO and so did good old Eirjet.

Eurocypria fly there now as do XL.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 10:59 pm

I was just checking the ACARS for EI's new A320, EI-DVF.

Yesterday, it flew DUB-ZRH-DUB as EI342 & EI343

Today, it has flown to both AGP and VIE.


They're keeping it nice and busy anyway!  Smile
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 11:05 pm

Quoting EISHN (Reply 94):
How many airlines are/have been operating to Cyprus from Irelnad. I know my uncle went to Cyprus bia LHR, last Summer which seems odd, given all the supposedly direct flights.

LCA

FRIDAYS 1855/0150

SUNDAYS 2315/0610

PFO

SUNDAYS 1430/2125

FRIDAYS CANCELLED

There maybe others but I cant think of them off hand. Alot of operators this year are sharing the flights even more so than previous years.
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 11:38 pm

Quoting OA260 (Reply 91):
Sunway / Topflight / Omni have all axed their summer Friday PFO flight due to poor numbers!!!! Another sign that Cyprus is over capacity.

Was the friday flight with XL?? Cyprus is a good 5hrs flights, and is expensive in comparison to the Canaries. Sadly, it will never be as popular as ACE, LPA or TFS!

Quoting OA260 (Reply 93):
I think it would be loss making for EI . Even on the scheduled Helios flights it was mostly tour operators that bought their seats on Nett or group rates. No major revenue there!! If FR started and offered really cheap flights then they might make it a viable route due to their set up.

I for one, had always said EI should operate LCA, but I'd say it would bleed money. However, I never though i'd see EI flying to Funchal, twice weekly!
 
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RE: Cleared To Roll And Brakes Released - Irish 24/07

Sat May 19, 2007 11:55 pm

Quoting COEI2007 (Reply 98):
Was the friday flight with XL??

The Sunday flight it XLA 724V @ 1430/2125

The Friday flight was actually to be operated by Czech Airlines!!! I think there is still another Friday flight that is still going. Its hard to keep track to be honest. They are talking about re instating it for a few ultra peak dates in July but thats all.

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