The wide bodies
Aer Lingus has a fleet of thirteen Airbus A330 aircraft. The three A330-200s have unique seating plans. The third, EI-GEY was reconfigured to 23J 252M (TBC) in summer 2023
Of the A330-300s, there are three configurations with the first two being very similar. The second type, with a reduced economy seat count, normally plies the longer range routes such as Dublin to the west coast USA. The third configuration 30J 275M is fitted to EI-EIL, and entered service in March 2022 after being transferred to Aer Lingus from Qatar Airways.
The narrow bodies
The narrow-body fleet consists of thirty Airbus A320ceos, three A320neos, and eight A321neos. The A321neos are of the Extended Range type and mainly operate trans-Atlantic services but also ply on a select number number of short-haul routes in and out of Dublin
Aer Lingus Regional
Aer Lingus Regional has a fleet of twelve ATR regional turboprops, operated by Emerald Airlines