Time for a Snapshot – this week looking at the Passenger Experience on Aer Lingus between Birmingham Airport and Dublin
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Self check-in kiosks were used to obtain an boarding pass.
Security was a zoo, with a 20 minute wait to clear security.
Once cleared, I was in the public area, coffee was the order of the day, as I had no lounge access
Boarding was from a gate, with boarding from the tarmac
It’s an Airbus A320 (EI-EAS) . Unlike the normal Aer Lingus fleet, this plane has Recaro slimline seating installed (the aircraft was diverted from another carrier).
It’s a Recaro Seat (A variant of the BL35xx seat). These seats are unlike the normal Aer Lingus ones, where they do not have headrest support.
In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity
None, other than the window.
Food and Beverages
Food service was a buy on board service, with the Aer Lingus Bia on-board service.
Another sunny day’s crossing over the Irish sea, with a relatively smooth flight over the Irish sea.
The full review soon!
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