Aer Lingus. Reviews, seat maps and photos of the aircrafts
Aer Lingus is national carrier of Ireland. Airline company was founded in 1936 by Irish government (Aer Lingus means “aircraft fleet” in Irish). For long time airline company was government-operated but in the period between 2006 and 2015 it was privatized. At present moment Aer Lingus makes part of the International Airlines Group (IAG) holding to which belong British Airways, Iberia and Vueling. The head office of airline company is located on the territory of Dublin airport.
Aer Lingus is the former member of “Oneworld” alliance airlines which was left on March 31st 2007 because of changing the company’s status from “airline company of full service” to “low cost”. However, after joining IAG it is expected that Aer Lingus will return to alliance in the nearest future.
Route network of the company counts 82 destinations with flights mainly from Dublin. Aer Lingus works after hybrid business-model combining mixed tariff of services – budget and full on European and North American routes and full range of services (two classes of service)on transatlantic flights.
4-STAR airline by SKYTRAX, represents good quality of services. SKYTRAX is a United Kingdom-based consultancy, which runs in 1999 the leading international Airline Rating system classifying airlines by the Quality of front-line product and staff service standards.You are here: Airlines / European Airlines / Aer Lingus
“Aer Lingus” airplanes
As of January 10, 2023 "Aer Lingus" operates a mainline fleet of 56 airplanes. The average age of planes is 13.4 years.
The oldest aircraft is Boeing 757-200, with reg.number EI-CJX.
It is 25.6 years old. The newest one is Airbus A330-300, with reg.number EI-GCF.
It is - 1.4 years old