Aer Lingus’s new policies betray our cultural heritage

Aer Lingus’s new policies betray our cultural heritage

People still have to learn that Aer Lingus is no longer ‘ours’, but just another commercial operation with planes taking customers from A to B.

People still have to learn that Aer Lingus is no longer ‘ours’, but just another commercial operation with planes taking customers from A to B.

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