An awarding picture taken by HGabor, as the aircraft approaches Amsterdam Schiphol in wintery conditions. Take a look here for a larger picture in Jetphotos.
- This livery marks the 75th Anniversary of the first Aer Lingus flight taking place in May 1936 from Baldonel Casement to Bristol. The first aircraft which carried five passengers, was operated by a six-seater De Havilland 84 Dragon named ‘Iolar’, which means ‘eagle’ in Irish. 🦅
The registration of this aircraft is EI-DVM.
This Aircraft was brand new that has been delivered in 2011, including a celebration ceremony. This is an only aircraft with this livery and it is unknown will the livery exist for a long period of time.
It is recognised as a Vintage or “Retro” painted, Black & White version of the current Aer Lingus A320.
Aer Lingus is an International and an official Irish Airline that transports passengers into Europe and Trans-Atlantic to the United States, and Canada everyday.
The Official Airline’s hub and its focus is Dublin Airport. Other Airports include Shannon, Cork, Kerry and Knock Ireland Airport West. (For the Airbus A320)
For More Information About the Livery (EI-DVM):
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Of course, we all know we would like to see more Retro liveries. They represent the events and the history of one airline. Anyways, I’d want to see a livery increase for the Irish people and for sure some people are interested in historical liveries, like this one of course. I have seen this livery plenty of times after travelling through Dublin, in fact, I have flown on it to Paris at my young age! (I didn’t like this livery when I was small.) ☺️
Still, I feel that this livery is important, as it marks its 75th year anniversary for my favourite airline, celebrating in a fashionable way! A long way has passed for Aer Lingus and it would be nice to fly around with it in Infinite Flight. We currently have the SAS Retro livery so this would fit for a new look for us also. A group of 5 Flight including one livery like this will look awesome to see in EIDW.
Aer Lingus VA and Infinite Flight V.19.3, including A320 cockpit working isn’t too far away from us so I would be certainly happy to see it in the aircraft list. BUT, I won’t be expecting to see this livery in the next update.
Sorry if you have scrolled and read this far, I hope you have a lucky day! ☘️