Aer Lingus signs four-year deal with ASL

A 'damp lease' contract for three Boeing 757 aircraft between Aer Lingus and ASL Aviation will last for four years, according to the chief executive of ASL.

5th July, 2013
Aer Lingus: four year deal with ASL

A 'damp lease' contract for three Boeing 757 aircraft between Aer Lingus and ASL Aviation will last for four years, according to the chief executive of ASL.

The three aircraft are being put to use on expanding the transatlantic routes of Aer Lingus.

Under the terms of the agreement, the aircraft will be supplied by ASL to Aer Lingus. ASL will also supply some of the cockpit crew and pay for maintenance and insurance of the...

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