Picture of Arik Air’s new A330-200

Here is a picture of Arik Air’s new A330-200 (5N-JIC; ex-EI-EWH; ex-VT-VJL). The aircraft – named ‘Joseph of the Holy Family’ – was rolled out in Arik Air’s colours at Dublin Airport today. It’s an former Kingfisher Airlines aircraft – meaning that Arik maintains a common onboard product on its long-haul fleet – and the second A332 to be operated by the airline. Arik Air briefly operated 5N-EIA in 2010-2011.

Arik Air – A330-200 – 5N-JIC (copyright Shanairpic)

And a video of the aircraft departing from Dublin to Bordeaux (copyright ShamrockGoldCircle):

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3 responses to “Picture of Arik Air’s new A330-200”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Is this to be used on the LOS – JNB route?

  2. Anonymous says :

    Lets hope they are able to keep a hold of this one!

  3. Anonymous says :

    Hope they remember to pay maintenance reserves this time

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