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Old 06-23-2021, 06:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Shamrock 200s: Aer Lingus 737s Pt1

Back to avhistory. I originally planned to write about later Aer Lingus 737s but that original post has turned into a two parter so I start by looking at the history of Aer Lingus' original Baby Boeings:

https://www.yesterdaysairlines.com/a...ingus-737s-pt1

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Old 06-24-2021, 05:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Shamrock 200s: Aer Lingus 737s Pt1

Nice, Aer Lingus is the 2nd biggest airline in my 1:400 fleet, thganks to my Irish family connections. I have every single release done and currently awaiting the new JC Wings 737-500 to arrive from Hong Kong.

I've flown with them umpteen times too, mainly regionally between Scotland and Eire, but also internationally on the A330-200 between Dublin and Los Angeles. I must admit this particular livery was not my favourite, I preferred its predecessor and it successor more, and I'd certainly like to see someone do the late 90's-2000's era 737 fleet done in the recently deposed green top colours, now replaced with an IAG eurowhite scheme. The brief early 2000's 'aerlingus.com' schemes applied to a number of 734's and 735's would be great to see done as well.

I suppose its now unlikely Aer Lingus will fly the 737 again, but who knows, especially with the current 'will they, won't they' 737 Max order alleged by IAG.
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