Ryanair is hopeful of having its much-discussed feeder connection with Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus operational this year, Ryanair head of marketing Kenny Jacobs said Jan. 31. Building on the success of connection initiatives at Milan Bergamo, Rome Fiumicino and Barcelona El Prat airports, the Irish LCC wants to introduce at least two new connecting centers—probably in Italy and Spain—this year. Ryanair also sees considerable value in reaching a feeder arrangement with ...

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