Aer Lingus said it will add three new aircraft and expand capacity by 10% across its European network in 2008, including the addition of new Belfast International-Nice (twice-weekly), Dublin-Ibiza and Cork-Jersey services. It plans to operate 59 routes from Dublin, 18 from Cork and nine from Belfast next year. Frequencies across the network will be raised, including on flights to San Francisco, Orlando International and Washington Dulles.

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