Aer Lingus is now settled under the wing of IAG. Bernie Baldwin finds out about its plans and progress.

Aer Lingus’s Boeing 757 operations to the east coast of North America are carried out by ASL Airlines Ireland.
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Aer Lingus has undergone many changes over 81 years of operations, but its latest round of innovation promises to be as important as any that went before. The airline wants to reinforce its European network while building long-haul services.

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