LONDON—Aer Lingus will re-enter the short-haul business class market when it begins operating the long-range Airbus A321LR in summer 2019. An Aer Lingus spokesperson confirmed to Aviation Daily that the A321LRs, which will be configured with lie-flat business class seats and initially deployed on transatlantic routes, will offer onward European connections from Dublin. This will enable the airline to provide a business class service on certain, as-yet undisclosed short-haul ...

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