Aer Lingus Boeing 737-248 EI-ASA.

This Boeing 737-248 EI-ASA, named “St. Jariath”, of Aer Lingus, was first flown on March 15, 1969, and was accepted by the Irish airline on the 28 of the same month and year.
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Bibliography:
“Classic Early Jet Liners 1958-1979”.
Image: AirTeamImages.com

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Ok… Why do we need to know this?

Always felt like a fun fact

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Oh ok. I thought something happened 😂

It´s just some info about some classic airliners.

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What fun fact?

Love the good old Aer Lingus livery.

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I think Aer Lingus re-used it for a vintage scheme not long ago. Though I like the actual livery more IMO.

Aer Lingus have a retro livery a320.

That´s the one I was thinking about.

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Have you seen the A320 one painted in the Old Livery @EIDW?

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I see the retro livery quite often. It always seems to be there whenever I’m at Dublin.

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I saw it when I took off from EIDW in 2014. I was like "wait, isn’t that livery from the 70s or something"😂

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