Aer Lingus reported an operating loss of €48.5 million ($67 million) in the first quarter, widened from an operating loss of €45.5 million a year ago. Revenue for the quarter, at €259.4 million, remained flat year-over-year. Aer Lingus does not release net profit figures for its quarterly filings. The airline said the results were due to the Easter holiday period shifting into the second quarter and the threat of industrial action in early March by Ireland’s Service, ...

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