The first Aer Lingus A-319. Ex-Iberia EC-KEV named "Urogallo"
Ex- Iberia Register EC-KEV and second A319 for Irish Aer Lingus.-
Second A319, ex EC-KEV
It seems that the company "Aer Lingus" has acquired some A-319 from Iberia in this case we see this with registration EI-EPR old former record Iberia EC-KEV
Lining up on rwy 05; prior to depart for the returnflight to Madrid.
Sticker in the nose supports the Urogallo as an endangered bird, and the one below One World sticker conmemorates spanish presidency of the European Union.
On final approach to runway 30.