BRUSSELS—Aer Lingus will launch a three-times-weekly service to Miami International Airport (MIA) in 2017, its fourth new U.S. destination since the Irish airline was acquired by International Airlines Group (IAG) in September 2015. With the new service, Aer Lingus’ 10th destination in the U.S and 11th in North America (Aviation Daily, Nov. 16), IAG is further leveraging Dublin as a transatlantic gateway, and delivering on its commitments made during the take-over process of Aer ...

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