Aer Lingus reported summary financial results for 2005 yesterday showing that full-year operating profit from continuing activities decreased 32.3% to €72.4 million ($86 million) from €107 million in 2004 while pre-tax profit soared to €82.6 million from just €1.1 million the year before. Details were not provided. Revenue fell 2.6% to €883 million. The Irish carrier said overall expenses grew by €10.8 million, reflecting a €33.1 million rise in fuel ...

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