BA expands Dublin-London service

British Airways, one of the airlines central to Ryanair's plan to take over Aer Lingus, has said it is looking to expand its services between Dublin and London.

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Ian Kehoe

1st September, 2012
Simon Daly, Irish manager for BA, has said the airline wants to expand in Dublin. Photo: Feargal Ward

British Airways, one of the airlines central to Ryanair's plan to take over Aer Lingus, has said it is looking to expand its services between Dublin and London.

BA recently doubled the number of flights between Dublin and London Heathrow, but the airline's Irish manager, Simon Daly, said that it was looking at ways in which it could expand the service if it hit its occupancy targets.

While refusing to be drawn on any potential...

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