Aer Lingus is open to launching U.K. domestic flights from London Heathrow to replace Virgin Atlantic’s Little Red, but the focus of its network expansion next year will be on its U.S. network, with a new route to Washington, D.C., and increased frequencies on several existing services. “We are exploring a number of new opportunities in the context of our short-haul fleet arising from the controlled phase-out of Little Red,” said Declan Kearney, head of communications for ...

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