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Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus Group Plc (ISEQ: EIL1, LSE: AERL) (an anglicisation of the Irish Aer Loingeas meaning "air fleet") is an airline and the flag carrier of Ireland. It operates a fleet of Airbus aircraft serving Europe, North America, North Africa and Asia. It is Ireland's oldest extant airline, and its second largest, after low-cost rival Ryanair. The airline's head office is located on the grounds of Dublin Airport in Swords, Fingal, Ireland.

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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 and Australia ... 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 ...
Dublin Airport - Long-haul Traffic
... This was followed by Aer Lingus's service to Dubai in March 2006, and Etihad Airways service to Abu Dhabi in July 2007 ... a route to East Asia, however this has yet to materialise and Aer Lingus's poorly performing route to Dubai was dropped at the end of March 2008 ... however the introduction of services to Asia remains part of Aer Lingus' long term plans ...
Dermot Mannion
... 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 ...
British Services - Airlines That Offered Air Ferry Services Involving The British Isles
... All the airlines below are defunct except Aer Lingus ... Aer Lingus no longer offers transport of cars ... Aer Lingus Air Ferry British United Air Ferries British Air Ferries Channel Air Bridge Silver City Airways ...
Aer Lingus - Incidents and Accidents
... Aer Lingus has had 11 incidents, including seven accidents which left aircraft written-off (of which three were fatal) and one hijacking ... In 1981, an Aer Lingus flight from Dublin to London was hijacked and diverted to Le Touquet - Côte d'Opale Airport in France ... On 31 January 1986, Aer Lingus Flight 328 a Short 360 registration EI-BEM on a flight from Dublin to East Midlands Airport struck power lines and crashed short of the ...