Aer Lingus yesterday warned that it expects market conditions will remain "extremely challenging" in 2010 and that full-year revenue will be "lower than 2009, with the first half of 2010 being particularly weak." In an investor update, EI said it will "enhance" its business model and begin offering "appropriate additional optional service enhancements to customers in a modular way." In addition, it will "adjust" its revenue management model through an extension of its network into new ...

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