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Aer Lingus courts tech firms over California service

Aer Lingus has submitted a proposal to US tech companies based in Ireland to scope out interest in and financial commitment to a new regular service to San Francisco or San Jose in California.

20th April, 2013

Aer Lingus has submitted a proposal to US tech companies based in Ireland to scope out interest in and financial commitment to a new regular service to San Francisco or San Jose in California.

The headquarters of most large US tech companies are in Silicon Valley in south San Francisco, and there have been ongoing efforts and lobbying to restore a direct flight between Dublin and the west coast. Eight of the world's top ten...

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