High Zoom Full HD footage of Aer Lingus A320-200 taxiing and taking off from runway 35 at Cork Airport, Ireland en route to London Heathrow, England as flight EI722 (Callsign : “Shamrock Seven Two Two”) on February 24th 2012 at 15:59 local time. This aircraft is registered as EI-DEA (MSN : 2191). It was delivered to Aer Lingus on 4th May 2004 and is leased from ILFC. It is powered by two CFM56-5B4/P engines. Like all Aer Lingus aircraft it is named after an Irish saint. This aircraft is called “Saint Fidelma”. The conditions at the time were a light wind from the North East at 050 degrees. The air temperature was 11 degrees centigrade. The footage also include Air Traffic Control (ATC) audio between the aircraft and the control tower. This footage was shot in Super Fine High Definition with a Samsung HMX-H200 camcorder. * Special mention to the group of people I was talking to just after I shot this footage. It has special significance for them as they were watching the takeoff because their friend was onboard starting a trip to Australia. I hope this footage is of some value to you.
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