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Aer Lingus (1313 words)
Aer Lingus, which means Air Fleet in Irish, started in April, 1936, as Aer Lingus Teoranta, with a De Havilland 84 Dragon[?] biplane on a flight from Baldonnel Airfield[?] in Dublin to Bristol.
Aer Lingus spent the next 5 years adding larger airplanes to their fleet, from manufacturers such as De Havilland, Lockheed and Douglas[?], from whom they bought DC-3s.
Aer Lingus entered the jet age in 1960, with Boeing 720s[?] covering the routes from Dublin to New York and to a new destination, Boston.
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Aer Lingus entered the jet-age on December 14, 1960 when three Boeing 720s were delivered for use on the New York route, as well as for the newest Aer Lingus destination, Boston.
By 1992 Aer Lingus's entire original 737-200 fleet had been replaced and was now the first operator in the world of all three versions of the second generation 737.
Aer Lingus are believed to be in discussions with Airbus and Boeing to replace the Airbus A330 fleet with either the Airbus A350 or the Boeing 777 and Boeing 787.
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