Aer Lingus COO Mike Rutter has strongly criticized facilities at the Irish flag carrier’s home base airport, saying they threaten the airline’s expansion. Rutter said if the situation does not improve, Aer Lingus or its parent, International Airlines Group (IAG), could decide to redeploy new aircraft to other IAG members, which include Spanish flag carrier Iberia, British Airways and Spanish LCC Vueling. The airport responded it was involved in major expansion and had to cater ...

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