Irish regional carrier CityJet has taken a further major step away from being a scheduled carrier toward becoming a capacity provider for others.  The Dublin-based airline is to relinquish operating the Dublin-London City Airport route in its own right, instead flying it on behalf of Irish flag-carrier Aer Lingus.  Two of CityJet’s Avro RJ85 regional jets will be dedicated to the route under a wet lease starting Oct. 28. As a result, the aircraft will fly in Aer Lingus ...

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