Aer Arann will lay off up to 100 employees (about 25% of its workforce) as part of a restructuring it said will "better position the airline in the current difficult operating environment." The Dublin-based carrier also plans to operate nine aircraft rather than the current 13 on its own network and will focus on increasing its wet-lease business, according to press reports.

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