Aer Lingus A330-200. By Rob Finlayson Aer Lingus (EI) sees an opportunity in Lufthansa’s divestment of British Midland International (bmi) to expand its slot portfolio at London Heathrow [LHR], EI CEO Christoph Mueller told ATW.  “We are after slots [at LHR] in the wake of the proposed acquisition of bmi by IAG or bmi going into receivership,” Mueller said. EI operates 27 daily take-off and landing slots at LHR, of which it owns 23.   “London ...

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