International Airlines Group (IAG), the parent company of Irish carrier Aer Lingus, has converted two Airbus A330-300s options to firm orders. In a stock market disclosure, IAG said the options dated back to an order announced in September 2014. The aircraft will be delivered in 2017 and used to expand its transatlantic network. “The modern, fuel efficient aircraft will bring both cost efficiencies and environmental benefits to the airline,” IAG said. Victoria Moores, ...

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