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How many 747 did Aer Lingus have?

How many 747 did Aer Lingus have?

The IAG owned airline is, today, a heavily Airbus focused carrier, but that wasn’t always the case. Back in the day, Aer Lingus had a sizeable fleet of Boeing 737 narrowbodies, complemented by just four 747s. Why did Aer Lingus stop operating the 747, and where are they now?

How old are Aer Lingus planes?

Aer Lingus fleet details

Aircraft Number Age
Airbus A320 30 14.8 years
Airbus A321 7 1.1 years
Airbus A330 13 9.7 years
TOTAL 50 11.6 years

Who owns Aer Lingus now?

International Airlines Group
Aer Lingus/Parent organizations

Is Aer Lingus a safe airline?

The world’s safest airlines have been revealed by, with Aer Lingus ranking amongst the safest low-cost airlines on the planet.

Who is Aer Lingus owned by?

the International Airline Group
Headquartered in Dublin, Aer Lingus is the national airline of the Republic of Ireland and has been publicly owned since its flotation in Oct-2006. Aer Lingus became a wholly owned subsidiary of the International Airline Group (IAG), after securing a 98.05% stake under a EUR1. 36 billion deal in 2015.

Who is the CEO of Aer Lingus?

Lynne Embleton (06 Apr 2021–)
Aer Lingus/CEO

Has Aer Lingus ever crashed?

Aer Lingus Flight 712 crashed en route from Cork to London on 24 March 1968 killing all 61 passengers and crew. The aircraft, a Vickers Viscount 803 named “St. Phelim”, crashed into the sea off Tuskar Rock, County Wexford….Aer Lingus Flight 712.

Passengers 57
Crew 4
Fatalities 61
Survivors 0

Who is the owner of Ryanair?

Michael Kevin O’Leary
Michael Kevin O’Leary (born 20 March 1961) is an Irish businessman who is the CEO of Ryanair. With a net worth of around €848.6 million as of April 2018, he is one of Ireland’s wealthiest businessmen….Michael O’Leary (businessman)

Michael O’Leary
Known for CEO of Ryanair
Spouse(s) Anita Farrell ​ ​ ( m. 2003)​
Children 4

Where is Aer Lingus head office?

Dublin, Ireland
Aer Lingus/Headquarters