The Irish government last week ended years of dithering and decided in principle to sell a majority shareholding in state-owned Aer Lingus and proceed with a second terminal at Dublin Airport. "The government will retain a significant stake to protect the state's key strategic interests in the national airline," Transport Minister Martin Cullen said. "This decision allows Aer Lingus to secure funding for new aircraft and in turn to compete and win new routes. Aer Lingus flying to and from ...

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