Aer Lingus unveils its new IRFU Aircraft livery to mark partnership with IRFU

Stephen Kavanagh, Chief Executive Officer, Aer Lingus and cabin crew Tracy Johansson & Sarah Nolan, today unveiled the Green Spirit, an Airbus 320, painted in IRFU livery. The livery is part of Aer Lingus’ new three year partnership deal with the IRFU. The deal will see Aer Lingus flying players, management and support staff around Europe as they compete in the RBS 6 Nations Championships and in other high profile international tournaments. Green Spirit will go into service tomorrow, Monday 11th May, operating across Aer Lingus’ short haul network to the U.K and Continental Europe. The aircraft has been given its own hash-tag #GreenSpirit.

Stephen Kavanagh, Chief Executive Officer, Aer Lingus and cabin crew Tracy Johansson & Sarah Nolan, today unveiled the Green Spirit, an Airbus 320, painted in IRFU livery. The livery is part of Aer Lingus’ new three year partnership deal with the IRFU. The deal will see Aer Lingus flying players, management and support staff around Europe as they compete in the RBS 6 Nations Championships and in other high profile international tournaments.  Green Spirit will go into service tomorrow, Monday 11th May, operating across Aer Lingus’ short haul network to the U.K and Continental Europe. The aircraft has been given its own hash-tag #GreenSpirit.

Ireland’s national airline now ‘Official Airline Partner to the IRFU’

Aer Lingus today unveiled a newly painted aircraft in ‘IRFU and player’ branding, following the recent announcement of its partnership deal with the IRFU. The ‘Green Spirit’, an Airbus A320, registration EI-DEO, was painted especially to promote the new partnership.

Stephen Kavanagh, Chief Executive Officer, Aer Lingus and cabin crew, today unveiled the Green Spirit, an Airbus 320, painted in IRFU livery. The livery is part of Aer Lingus’ new three year partnership deal with the IRFU. The deal will see Aer Lingus flying players, management and support staff around Europe as they compete in the RBS 6 Nations Championships and in other high profile international tournaments.  Green Spirit will go into service tomorrow, Monday 11th May, operating across Aer Lingus’ short haul network to the U.K and Continental Europe. The aircraft has been given its own hash-tag #GreenSpirit.
Stephen Kavanagh, Chief Executive Officer, Aer Lingus and cabin crew, today unveiled the Green Spirit, an Airbus 320, painted in IRFU livery.

Stephen Kavanagh, Chief Executive Officer, Aer Lingus and cabin crew today unveiled the Green Spirit, an Airbus 320, painted in IRFU livery. The livery is part of Aer Lingus’ new three year partnership deal with the IRFU. The deal will see Aer Lingus flying players, management and support staff around Europe as they compete in the RBS 6 Nations Championships and in other high profile international tournaments.

Green Spirit will go into service on Monday 11th May, operating across Aer Lingus’ short haul network to the U.K and Continental Europe. The aircraft has been given its own hash-tag #GreenSpirit.

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