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Aer Arann flies as Aer Lingus

AER ARANN has come to an arrangement to operate 12 routes from Dublin and Cork under an Aer Lingus franchise, as already predicted by AERBT.  The sectors will include current Aer Lingus and Aer Arann services as well as three new ones.  The services will be branded as “Aer Lingus Regional” and operated using Aer Arann ATR 72-500 aircraft and crew.  All franchise flights will be sold and distributed through www.aerlingus.com.  Aer Arann will assume full operational and commercial responsibility for the services covered by the franchise agreement with Aer Lingus receiving a franchise fee in recognition for providing its brand and product suite to Aer Arann.  The new agreement significantly increases Aer Lingus presence in the Ireland – UK market with new services to Ireland from Blackpool,  Bristol, Cardiff, Doncaster/Sheffield, Durham, Edinburgh and Glasgow in addition to new seasonal services from Cork to Jersey in the Channel Islands and La Rochelle in France.  www.AerLingus.com

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