Ryanair is stepping up direct competition with Aer Lingus, in which it still holds a near 30% stake, and will start operating a multiple daily return from Dublin to Brussels Airport (BRU). Aer Lingus is currently the only operator on the route. Ryanair will also enter other key Aer Lingus routes such as Lisbon, Nice, Prague and Glasgow International as part of its extended winter 2014-15 schedule at Dublin airport (DUB). The new schedule will see Ryanair launch nine new routes and increase ...
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