Fears mount for Aer Lingus routes in Cork and Shannon
There is frustration within the airline at the Irish government’s handling of air travel, compared to the approach taken by many other European countries
There is growing exasperation within Aer Lingus at the Irish government‘s treatment of the aviation sector during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Business Post has learnt.
It comes as concerns have emerged about the future of Aer Lingus’ operations at Shannon and Cork airports following Ryanair’s decision to close its bases in frustration at the government‘s lack of action to restore air travel.
Aer Lingus is currently reviewing its...
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