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    Aer Lingus B757's coming

    http://irishaviationresearchinstitut...er-lingus.html

    Proving flight to BOS tomorrow but according to the story they are contracted to fly to New York too.
    Overheard on JFK TOWER - S Turns are fine, U-Turns are bad....

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    Looks like it will be a white fuselage with a full Aer Lingus tail:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/shanair/12227198946/
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    Excellent, I have been looking forward to what these 75's would look like for the past few months.

    Not sure where you guys found this info, I just searched for this last week and found nothing. But thanks for the update!

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    Quote Originally Posted by megatop412 View Post
    Excellent, I have been looking forward to what these 75's would look like for the past few months.

    Not sure where you guys found this info, I just searched for this last week and found nothing. But thanks for the update!
    I just searched Google Images for EI-LBR, and stopped when I saw an Aer Lingus tail :) But it was only posted yesterday, which is why you didn't find it.
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    At least on the first one all they did was paint the winglets and tail and just painted out the Finnair markings. To me its not all that great, they should have painted the whole plane....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AA757 View Post
    At least on the first one all they did was paint the winglets and tail and just painted out the Finnair markings. To me its not all that great, they should have painted the whole plane....


    Rich B
    They could have at least matched the white colors a little better so it doesn't look too much like a patch job.
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    The first aircraft operates Shannon Boston with aircraft 2 and 3 due to op Shannon JFK and DUB YYZ end of March
    The flight today is the Irish Civil Aviation Authority "proving flight" commandered by pilots from DHL Air who are assisting with Training ACL and Aer Lingus Pilots onto the B757

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    Aer Lingus should be starting their SNN-JFK-SNN from the summer schedule so anytime from Sunday onwards if not before

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