Aer Lingus To Damp Lease Boeing 757s For Transatlantic Route Expansion

Aer Lingus is in talks with Air Contractors to damp lease three Boeing 757-200s to expand its transatlantic network from early 2014. The Irish airline intends to deploy these 757s on thin North American routes where its Airbus A330-200s are too large to meet demand. “Obviously, we would prefer to...

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