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Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:30 pm

Video Reports of this leg of the trip

Aer Lingus to Belfast City airport and back

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Hello A’netters. Hope you are doing well. Been in the UK for the past 8 years and never been to Ireland! Sacrilege! It was time to right this wrong. A weekend trip to Belfast it was.

Technically Northern Ireland, still part of the UK, but nevertheless it’s a start. Onward and upward!

Thanks to GCMaps for the map illustrations below:
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Stats (Since 2010, when I started maintaining my flight reports):

1st time on Aer Lingus and the 4th time on an Airbus A319-100


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Aer Lingus – EI 27 and 26 - LGWBHD - LGW

Flight Reg: EI-EPU ; Built in 2007, delivered to Iberia on May 2007 (EC-KDI), and then to Aer Lingus on May 2013
Seat 14F and 8F
Flight time: 19:00 – 20:25 (19:10 – 20:10)
17:00 – 18:20 (17:00 – 18:00)
9th and 11th October 2015
Total paid £135 for two passengers including check in luggage



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Website booking and online check in

Booking process was enough. Easy to navigate website and transparent. Online check in was possible 30 days before travel, but you are forced to pay for seat. Or else free seat selection starts from 30 hours before departure as part of the online check in process. Checked in online the previous day and got a decent seat middle of the aircraft. Row 14

Check in and security

Check in was quick as there was no one in front of us in the queue. Security was also a breeze at Gatwick. I like the new system, seems to work quite well. Although I did read few comments on the flip chart, which is free for all, which did mention few angry customers as it reflected in their comments.

Gatwick South on a Friday evening

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Where is Zone F?
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Ah, it was just behind me  http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y437/Varun_KR/P1020330_zpswkfl4ii8.jpg

Security - orderly and quick
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Airside - a myriad of duty free shops and restaurants
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Flights to everywhere from Gatwick
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Our flight seems to be on time
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Boarding

Was on time and all completely boarded by 18:45 for push back at 18:50. Although there was queue and were stuck for another 35 minutes before taking off from Gatwick at 19:25.

And before you know it, it’s boarding time…
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Our ride to Belfast, an 8 year old Airbus A319-100 - EI-EPU
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First impressions

Was a full flight to Belfast city today on this A319-100. Nothing much to comment about the interiors. Was clean enough but the seat pitch felt a bit cramped. Similar to Wizz air. . Not a big fan of these slim line Recaro seating. But looks like more and more airliners prefer this simply because of the economics of this seating.

Boarding completed at 18:50.

On-board EI-EPU

Cramped seating after rows 10
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Cabin view

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Reading material on board
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Our neighbours at Gatwick
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Service

Decent enough service. Food and drinks rounds started as soon as we attained cruising altitude. After the F&B round there was a quick round of duty free items too.


F&B.

Paid for service. Although they were handing over glasses of water in case we needed, complimentary which did take some time to get served. Of the three crew members the two male FA were utilitarian and had a body language that suggested they had better places to be in rather than being 33000 feet in the air. The female FA was much more charming and was bit of a contrast to the other two male colleagues of hers.

An incident that I witnessed was, while waiting to use the toilet, I saw one of the male cabin crew trying to open a storage space in the galley that had bottles of water stored in them. As soon as he opened them, the bottles of water fell down. He was frustrated with this and just kicked the bottle of water against the galley, to which the other male cabin crew picked it up and kept it in place. I think he noticed me seeing what just happened. Not the most calm person on board, that’s for sure!

Cabin ambience /toilets /flight deck announcement

Rest of the flight was uneventful and before you knew it, it was time to descend. Flight announcements from the cockpit were precise and concise and were given details of the route and the timing.

On the whole a decent flight to Belfast. Similar to an EasyJet – no more, no less, and for the price paid cannot complain.

Final shot before exiting
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Not a busy time at BHD - bags in 5 minutes
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Sights and sounds of Northern Ireland

The awe-inspiring Giants causeway, also known as Finn MacCool's pipe organ
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Carrick-a-rede Bridge - made out of Finn McCool's show laces: P
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Our ride for the trip - Toyota Aygo
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For all you GoT fans - The Dark Hedges
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Trekking along the Glenariff waterfalls
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Titanic Belfast
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Return flight

Checked in online the previous day and this time managed to bag a front row seat (8F and E) for free. Result!

Check in counters at BHD
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George Best Belfast City Airport - BHD
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FlyBe Central
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See you Belfast!
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Airside at BHD
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Check in and security was quick and Belfast airport was quiet and we had an hour to while away. Selected a good spot, had a Guinness (off course) and whiled away the hour watching the final episodes of MasterChef Australia (In my opinion the best MasterChef series, globally. Go Billie! What a rock star!).

Familiar (EI-EPU), is she going to be our ride back?
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Airbus Bombardier?
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Boarding time - on time
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Is this our flight to LGW?
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Directions on where to go, looks like http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y437/Varun_KR/P1020465_zpsp8hh2a56.jpg

Boarding commenced on time and lo and behold, we are back onto the same aircraft (EI-EPU).

There we go, our Conlaed waiting for us. Same aircraft taking us back to Gatwick. Upon checking Flightradar, looks like this aircraft only does the Belfast to London Gatwick run, daily, 3 flights back and forth.
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Few more close ups
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Much better leg space in row 8 this time
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Bye Belfast, we had a great time!
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Almost full flight with few scattered empty seats.

Faster than road or rail? Really?  http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y437/Varun_KR/P1020473_zpstfc9ftgl.jpg

The rest of the flight was an exact copy of the onward flight. On time departure, courteous boarding, exact announcements from the cockpit. Except this time we had an all-female crew, who were much much better that the crew we had on our onward trip. Always had a smile and proactive, even though it was only an hours flight. No more water bottle kicking incident.

En-route to Gatwick
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Plane spotting at Gatwick
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Our neighbour at Gatwick, Conlaed's twin sister
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On the whole it was calm flight and before we knew it we landed at Gatwick South.
All flights within UK and Ireland, landing at Gatwick needs to be bused to the terminal.

A short bus ride later it was time to collect our bags
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Bags out in 10 min
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Verdict

On the whole, Aer Lingus provide a very competitive package to Ireland. Given the prices and the timing of the flights I think it’s a very convenient way to the Island. A bit more polished crew would not hurt anyone. Apart from that, the hard product is on par with other European carriers. On the whole would rate our trip an 8/10.

Thanks for reading and hope you enjoyed it. As always feedback and comments welcome. Until next time, happy and safe flying, Adios!

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[Edited 2015-10-16 02:33:23 by LH526]
 
WearyDrover
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Wed Oct 14, 2015 11:33 pm

Hi newbief1yer,

Looks like EI offer a reasonable service all round.

It's a shame when crew body language is off but I guess we can all have bad hair days. Still, it shouldn't be on public display.

Thanks for the photos of your excursion into the countryside. Looks like a popular spot.

Great shots inflight and its always good to be able to take photos on the apron.

Thsnks for sharing.

Weary
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:24 am

Interesting that Aer Lingus flys this route. I had no idea.

On all my Aer Lingus flights; the last one 3 years ago, the crews were always very friendly.

Things change.
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Thu Oct 15, 2015 7:19 am

Quoting WearyDrover (Reply 1):
Hi newbief1yer,
Looks like EI offer a reasonable service all round.
It's a shame when crew body language is off but I guess we can all have bad hair days. Still, it shouldn't be on public display.
Thanks for the photos of your excursion into the countryside. Looks like a popular spot.
Great shots inflight and its always good to be able to take photos on the apron.
Thsnks for sharing.Weary

Pleasure Weary. Thanks.
Yes, i agree that everyone can have a bad day. But given the role of a cabin crew, its best not to display it in public, agree 100%.
Northern Ireland is an amazing place to be. Its relatively a calm place and it was a perfect weekend getaway for us.

Quoting lychemsa (Reply 2):
On all my Aer Lingus flights; the last one 3 years ago, the crews were always very friendly.

perhaps a one off, as the return flight was alright.
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:11 pm

Great TR...

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
On the whole a decent flight to Belfast. Similar to an EasyJet – no more, no less, and for the price paid cannot complain.

True, but still I don't agree. In my opinion EI is offering the nicer seating (with leather), well trained crews (well, in most cases) and mileage. In my opinion, EI might be offering an identical product - but the ambiance,comfort and the safety (I personally felt aboard) are one class above U2!
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Fri Oct 16, 2015 2:02 am

Great detailed trip report and as coincidence would have it I was in Belfast on Sunday too, came in on UA from EWR , on a great flight in J. Won't be doing any report on that or my return from DUB, but both were very good on UA.


May have seen your flight take off from the Hilton while having dinner about your departure time. Small world.


We just had time to tour the Titanic Museum. From the pricture you have looks like we were there about the same time on Sunday, just a little rain in the morning and cloudy in the afternoon. Will need to get back there to tour the countryside.
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Fri Oct 16, 2015 7:34 am

Quoting debonair (Reply 4):
True, but still I don't agree. In my opinion EI is offering the nicer seating (with leather), well trained crews (well, in most cases) and mileage. In my opinion, EI might be offering an identical product - but the ambiance,comfort and the safety (I personally felt aboard) are one class above U2!

Thanks debonair.
I was only comparing my experience with Aer Lingus on this sector, and not across the board. My impressions about their aircraft, crew and service was on par with my various Easyjet flights. Don't get me wrong, i really like Easyjet and consider them one of the best LCC perhaps just below Norwegian.
Moreover, on this sector i got exactly 0 avios and 0 tier points with BA, even though i was given a choice to enter my BA Exec club number upon booking my flight. so no points on this flight.
And as i said, the service and crew on board on the return flight were perfectly fine and cheerful.
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Fri Oct 16, 2015 7:36 am

Quoting wingsofman72 (Reply 5):
reat detailed trip report and as coincidence would have it I was in Belfast on Sunday too, came in on UA from EWR , on a great flight in J. Won't be doing any report on that or my return from DUB, but both were very good on UA.
May have seen your flight take off from the Hilton while having dinner about your departure time. Small world.
We just had time to tour the Titanic Museum. From the pricture you have looks like we were there about the same time on Sunday, just a little rain in the morning and cloudy in the afternoon. Will need to get back there to tour the countryside.

WOW, small world indeed! Glad that you had a great flight too.
That's crazy coincidence! Yes, highly recommend a visit to the Northern Ireland countryside. Quite different to the rest of England.
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Fri Oct 16, 2015 3:52 pm

Glad to hear you had an enjoyable visit to Northern Ireland   If you want a fun flying experience come back and fly on the Citywing Let410 to the IOM.

Dan / flight dispatcher at Belfast City
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Fri Oct 16, 2015 4:13 pm

Very nice report!

Seems a pretty standard Aer Lingus short haul experience, apart from the water bottle kicking incident! I'd personally put Aer Lingus slightly ahead of easyJet, the cabin ambience and overall standard of comfort and service both in the air and on the ground tends to be higher.

The A319s actually still have their Iberia cabin installed, that's why legroom varies in certain rows and the seats are slimline as opposed to the usual Aer Lingus seat which is dark blue leather with adjustable headrests, far more comfortable in my opinion. The A319s will be leaving the fleet this winter, replaced by A320s.

I haven't used BHD in many, many years so it was nice to see so many pics from there. Looks like a nice little airport, very convenient. Northern Ireland is stunning, a trip there for me is long overdue!

Thanks for sharing.

Kevin
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Sat Oct 17, 2015 9:54 am

Quoting opticalilyushin (Reply 8):
Glad to hear you had an enjoyable visit to Northern Ireland   If you want a fun flying experience come back and fly on the Citywing Let410 to the IOM

Thanks Dan.
That is an awesome suggestion! never realised that route. Will surely like to try it out someday.

Quoting shamrock350 (Reply 9):
Very nice report!
Seems a pretty standard Aer Lingus short haul experience, apart from the water bottle kicking incident! I'd personally put Aer Lingus slightly ahead of easyJet, the cabin ambience and overall standard of comfort and service both in the air and on the ground tends to be higher.
The A319s actually still have their Iberia cabin installed, that's why legroom varies in certain rows and the seats are slimline as opposed to the usual Aer Lingus seat which is dark blue leather with adjustable headrests, far more comfortable in my opinion. The A319s will be leaving the fleet this winter, replaced by A320s.
I haven't used BHD in many, many years so it was nice to see so many pics from there. Looks like a nice little airport, very convenient. Northern Ireland is stunning, a trip there for me is long overdue!
Thanks for sharing.

Thanks Kevin.
Ah, never realised that the seats were of Iberia too, since this was my first trip on Aer Lingus.
Good day.
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Sat Oct 17, 2015 5:31 pm

Nice report!

Had a similar expirience on EI myself, albeit aboard a much smaller ATR 72 a few months ago, and minus the bottle kicking crew, there seems to be a new band of airline emerging, not quite LCC, But not quite full service, carriers like EI, SN and SAS seem to be making it work for them, and I wouldn't be to surprised if the likes of BA and KLM's short haul services go the same way too.
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:01 pm

Quoting Shuttle12T (Reply 11):
Nice report!
Had a similar expirience on EI myself, albeit aboard a much smaller ATR 72 a few months ago, and minus the bottle kicking crew, there seems to be a new band of airline emerging, not quite LCC, But not quite full service, carriers like EI, SN and SAS seem to be making it work for them, and I wouldn't be to surprised if the likes of BA and KLM's short haul services go the same way too.

Thanks Shutle12T
I think the bottle kicking incident was a one off, and to the crew's luck i witnessed it. But i don't intend to base my considerations about Aer Lingus about that one incident. That being said, yes i think you are right. Its a bit of a pseudo LCC type carriers that seem to be the way forward, at least for intra Europe travel. Similar to what has happened in the US.
 
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Sat Oct 31, 2015 2:04 am

Great TR  

Thanks for posting.
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RE: Weekend In Belfast - Aer Lingus A319-100

Sun Nov 01, 2015 9:04 am

Quoting lesfalls (Reply 13):
Great TR  
Thanks for posting.

Thanks Lesfalls

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