EI-GEY Airbus A330-200

Aer Lingus as part of its largest ever  North American programme this summer offering 2.25 million seats an increase of 20% more seats compared with 2019, re-activated its Airbus A330-200 fleet, after almost three years in storage in Nimes, France, complementing existing Airbus A321LR and Airbus A330-300 North American platforms.

The aircraft registered EI-DAA msn 397, EI-DUO msn 841, and EI-GEY msn 441 progressively returned to service according to flightradar24 operating from Dublin (DUB) to Chicago (ORD), Miami (MIA), Seattle (SEA) and Toronto (YYZ).

EI-DAA Airbus A330-202 msn 397 Aer Lingus ferried Nimes to Dublin 4 April as EIN2535 entering service 6 April Dublin to Toronto (YYZ) EIN127/6.

EI-DUO Airbus A330-202 msn 841 Aer Lingus ferried Nimes to Dublin 9 March as EIN2535 entering service 11 March Dublin to Seattle (SEA) EIN953/2.

EI-GEY Airbus A330-202 msn 441 Aer Lingus ferried Bordeaux to Dublin 15 July as EIN2505 entering service 17 July Dublin to Chicago (ORD) EIN123/2.

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