Aer Lingus expects its operating profit to come in significantly below last year’s level in 2011 if the current fuel prices persist. “We expect significant challenges in 2011, with trading for the year likely to be impacted by fuel price inflation and increased airport charges in combination with difficult conditions in our home market,” Aer Lingus CEO Christoph Mueller said. “We do not expect that improvements in yield performance and ongoing cost savings can offset these increased ...


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