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Aer Lingus Destinations
... Aer Lingus serve the following destinations as of November 2012, some destinations are served seasonally as indicated and routes marked with † are operated in conjunction with Aer Arann under the brand "Aer Lingus ... As of November 2012 Aer Lingus serves a total of 81 airports, including 6 in Ireland, 16 in the UK, 49 in Europe, 5 in Africa, 1 in Asia and 4 in the USA ... Aer Lingus also serves an additional 78 destinations across Asia, Australia and North America through codeshare and interline agreements with Etihad Airways, JetBlue ...
Dermot Mannion
... of Royal Brunei Airlines and former Chief Executive Officer of Aer Lingus ... In 2005, while President, Group Support Services with Emirates, he joined Aer Lingus as CEO ... He oversaw the privatisation of Aer Lingus in 2006 and saw it through two attempted takeover bids by main rival Ryanair ...
Aer Lingus Destinations - Codeshare Destinations
... Aer Lingus has a codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways where Aer Lingus adds its "EI" code onto Etihad flights between Dublin and Abu Dhabi, and onwards to other destinations across Asia ... Aer Lingus currently uses its "EI" code to six Etihad destinations but is planning to extend this to destinations in China, India, Pakistan, and Thailand ...
Aer Lingus - History - 1970s To Present - Second Ryanair Takeover Bid (2008/2009)
... On 1 December 2008, Ryanair launched a second takeover bid of Aer Lingus, making an all-cash offer of €748 million (£619mil US$950mil) ... The offer was a 28% premium on the value of Aer Lingus stock during the preceding 30 days ... Ryanair said, "Aer Lingus, as a small, stand alone, regional airline has been marginalised and bypassed as most other EU flag carriers consolidate." The two airlines would operate separately and Ryanair ...
Joe Dolan - Aer Lingus Ban
... Dolan and a group of friends were flying with Aer Lingus to Corfu for a golfing trip ... The tour operator subsequently received a fax from Aer Lingus refusing to fly the star back to Dublin ...