Aer Lingus Faces Cash Shortfall, More Redundancies, CEO Says

Aer Lingus
Credit: Dublin Airport
Aer Lingus has been burning through an average of more than €1 million ($1.2 million) a day for more than a year and government support funding is insufficient, the airline’s CEO told Irish parliamentarians June 22. Addressing the parliament’s transport and communications committee, Aer Lingus CEO...

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