Aer Lingus Group reported a loss before taxes and exceptional items of €66.2 million ($90.4 million) in 2009, reversed from an €18.8 million profit in 2008, and a quadrupling of its operating loss to €81 million from €20 million. The Irish flag carrier released the figures in a brief trading statement that came a day after it said it was delaying publication of detailed full-year results because of its inability to list an accurate charge relating to cost reduction agreements it is ...

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