Aer Lingus A320. By Rob Finlayson A series of exceptional items dragged down Aer Lingus (EI) in the 2012 first half, widening the carrier’s deficit compared to the year-ago period.  EI’s six-month pre-tax loss widened to €24.5 million ($30.2 million) compared to €13.7 million in 2011. Major items behind the loss were cost provisions associated with EI’s Greenfield restructuring program (€11.7 million), plus €4.3 million in fees to advisors ...

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