It’s Sunday again – so it must be time for some more airplane art.
This week, resting after the short hop from Dublin is a Aer Lingus Regional ATR72-600 at Birmingham Airport
Aer Lingus Regional (operated by Stobart Air) operate 12 ATR72-600s, used on short-haul routes on the Aer Lingus network. These are supported by two ATR42-300s for those routes which have a much lower passenger count – but still require connectivity.
But what is the passenger experience like inside an ATR72-600? Is it noisy? Are you crammed in tight? Or is the passenger experience much better than you think?
My review of this flight is published tomorrow. Tune and find out!
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Great timing – my ride on Friday morning