Despite strong competition from Ryanair, Aer Lingus has hardly been a failing airline. It has registered decent profits using a niche strategy. But following last year’s takeover by International Airlines Group (IAG) and with new-technology aircraft soon available, the Irish airline sees much greater growth potential, particularly on transatlantic routes. “We had a robust, independent business case,” CEO Stephen Kavanagh says in his modest office, adjacent to an ...

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