Aer Lingus yesterday said that its full-year loss "will be materially below the bottom of the range of current market expectations" and that it is reorganizing its senior management structure in order "to safeguard the long-term viability of the group," according to Chairman Colm Barrington. The Irish carrier said six weeks ago that it expected its operating loss this year to be "larger" than the €159.5 million ($209.7 million) posted in 2008 (ATWOnline, March 12). Dermot Mannion ...

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