Aer Lingus’s growing transatlantic network from Dublin will benefit from increased feeder traffic from several U.K. regional airports thanks to new a codeshare agreement with Flybe that links secondary airports to the Irish carrier’s home base. Flybe—in the midst of a turnaround plan led by CEO Saad Hammad—is seeking to add codeshare deals with other airlines to drive growth in its scheduled U.K. business.  The agreement with Aer Lingus is Flybe’s sixth ...


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