Aer Lingus yesterday revealed a two-phase "transformational" restructuring plan to reduce annual operating costs excluding fuel by €97 million ($142.7 million) before the end of 2011 and remove "legacy work" practices from its operation. EI also will use an Airline Operating Certificate in the UK to decrease its current dependency on the Irish consumer. Phase one of the plan will target operational cost reductions and changes in work practices in both the short-haul and long-haul ...

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