Irish regional startup Aer Southeast, which originally planned to launch from Waterford Airport in 2017, is expecting to begin flights this year. On Feb. 23, Aer Southeast announced the latest timeline through its official Facebook account, which showed a Saab 340 in its livery. The startup said it is now part of a company that has its own airline operating license and air operator’s certificate. “It’s been a long road, but a lot of work has been done behind the scenes ...

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