Flight connection talks have resumed between Irish low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair and Aer Lingus, as the CEOs of several major European airlines back the notion that this will soon become the norm. “Talks are progressing with Norwegian. The [feeder] talks with Aer Lingus had ended, but have started again and we’ve initiated some talks with a number of long-haul carriers, but they tend to be slow in decision making. We’re speaking with four or five airlines in total. ...

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