Aer Lingus A320. By Rob Finlayson Aer Lingus Group (EI) reported a consolidated net loss of €13.1 million ($18.9 million) in the 2011 first half, narrowed from an €18.4 million deficit in the year-ago period, and upgraded its profit outlook for the full year.  “Although economic conditions in Ireland remain challenging, we are pleased with the booking profile for the rest of the year and we are positive about our trading prospects for the remainder of ...

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