People attending the Bray Air Show near Dublin got an incredible sight of the Aer Lingus Airbus A320neo performing a display earlier today.
The Bray Air Show, Dublin: The Aer Lingus A320neo Was a “Showstopper”…
EI-NSB was the Airbus A320neo in question that performed the low pass following its departure from Dublin Airport and proceeded to hold over the coast before heading into the Bray Air Show.
The aircraft cruised at around 700-900 feet during this display, giving onlookers a great view whilst EI-NSB was performing some tight turns.
The air show is free to attend and has seen the likes of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, the Red Arrows, the Irish Air Corps celebrating 60 years of helicopter operations as well as other aircraft on display.
For those in the Dublin area, this is quite the sight, with the Bray Air Show dubbing the Aer Lingus A320neo as a “showstopper”.
EI-NSB was delivered to Aer Lingus back in May 2022, as per data from Planespotters.net.
The aircraft was originally destined for Smartavia in Russia, but the conflict in Ukraine meant that it couldn’t be taken up due to sanctions.
At the time of writing, the aircraft is 1.4 years old. Below is a timelapse video of the Aer Lingus A320neo departing from Dublin and performing its display at the Bray Air Show:
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