Aer Lingus A330 200. Photo by Rob Finlayson. Aer Lingus Group said it should do “no worse than break even” in 2010 following a stronger-than-expected first half combined with reductions in fuel and staff costs. The airline previously had warned of a third year of operating losses (ATW Daily News, June 21) but it modified this prediction in a trading update issued last week, stating that “Recent yield performance and long-haul load factors have exceeded our ...

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