Aer Lingus will become the anchor tenant at Dublin's new Terminal 2, operating long-haul and short-haul service from the terminal when it opens in November, Dublin Airport Authority said. T2, which has been designed to handle up to 15 million passengers per year, features a US Customs and Border Protection facility. Embarking passengers processed through the CPB will be classified as domestic upon arrival into the US. Aer Lingus Chief Executive Christoph Mueller called the move into ...

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