Aer Lingus intends to add 26 long-haul flights per week following delivery of two new A330s in May and June that will boost its long-haul fleet to nine aircraft. "The arrival of two new long-haul aircraft next year marks the first phase of the long-haul expansion plan and gives Aer Lingus the opportunity to develop its presence in the US market," CEO Dermot Mannion said in a statement. The Irish carrier, which is the target of a hostile takeover by Ryanair, currently serves four ...

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