Aer Lingus' fleet consists of 44 Airbus aircraft. These are: 30 Airbus A320, 6 Airbus A321, 3 Airbus A330-200 and 5 Airbus A330-300.
Aer Lingus has been oprerating flights since 1936. Most flights ceased to operate during the second World War and were only taken up again after the end of the war. The first flight over the Atlantic took place in 1958 to New York.
With its distinctive green shamrock, the airline flies from Cork and Dublin to Great Britain, Scotland, Europe and the USA. Aer Lingus extended its European network back in the 1940s and 1950s and included services to Brussels, Amsterdam and Rome. New destinations include flights from and to Manchester, Glasgow and London as well as Paris, Copenhagen and New York.