Aer Lingus recorded a slightly worsened first-quarter loss compared to the previous year and the carrier said it would be reinforcing cost-cutting measures in response. + The Irish airline reported an operating loss of €45.5 million ($59.1 million) compared to a €36.1 million operating deficit in the year-ago period. It does not release net profit figures in its quarterly reports. Revenue rose 3.3% year-over-year to €259.7 million. Total passenger numbers (including Aer ...

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