Aer Lingus plans to cut short-haul capacity by 3% in the fourth quarter, after the airline recorded fewer than expected bookings and lower yields. The airline in a trading update says it will not be able to recover the volumes lost in July and August, when many potential passengers stayed at home because the weather was exceptionally good across large parts of Europe. Because of the weaker-than-expected demand, Aer Lingus cut its operating profit target for the full year from €69 ...
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