Aer Lingus reported a first-half net loss of €12.6 ($13.9 million), marginally widened from the €12.3 million deficit for the year-ago period. First-half revenue was up 7.4% at €749 million, compared to €697.2 million year-over-year, with the carrier experiencing what it described as strong growth in passenger fares, retail and cargo. The Irish flag carrier is benefiting from Ireland’s recovering economy, which is expected to have a 4% rise in GDP this year. The ...

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