Irish carrier Aer Lingus said it will report "very successful results" in the next few weeks, proof that a two-year turnaround of the state-owned airline is firmly in place. Aer Lingus Group Chief Executive Gary McGann told The DAILY last week that most of the company's units posted profits and that the carrier's financial performance will show improvements. Last year, Aer Lingus reported an operating profit of 10.4 million Irish punts (US$16.6 million) but a loss of nearly 82 million ...
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