Ryanair and Aer Lingus plan to launch connecting flights this year, a spokeswoman for Ryanair confirmed, after Irish media reports said the two carriers had signed a deal that would help boost passenger numbers through Dublin. “As we have previously stated, we hope to start operating connecting flights with Aer Lingus this year,” the spokeswoman for the Dublin-based LCC said. The Irish Independent quoted Aer Lingus’ director of communications as saying the plan is to ...

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