Aer Lingus has reported a first-quarter operating loss of €48.4 million ($54 million), almost identical to its €48.5 million loss for the same period last year. The Irish flag carrier does not normally issue net profit or loss figures for its quarterly filings. The airline’s business is heavily seasonal and it is traditionally loss-making in the first quarter. Despite the loss, revenue was up 7.9% at €280 million compared to €259.6 million a year ago. New CEO ...

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