PICTURES: Aer Lingus unveil Ireland rugby plane

PICTURES: Aer Lingus unveil Ireland rugby plane

To celebrate a new partnership deal with the IRFU, Aer Lingus have decked out one of their planes in support of the Irish rugby team.

PICTURES: Aer Lingus unveil Ireland rugby plane

Named Green Spirit, the Airbus A320 will go into service from tomorrow, operating across Aer Lingus’ short haul network to the UK and Europe.

Aer Lingus released a video on their Facebook page of the plane getting its new livery, which features Ireland stars including Conor Murray and Tommy Bowe.


If you cannot see the embedded Facebook post check it out here.

The new paint job has already received a seal of approval from one Ireland star.

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