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ANALYSIS: Aer Lingus regains transatlantic swagger

The carrier's Ireland home was caught in the centre of the global financial crisis; demand on the key transatlantic market was collapsing. Its costs were uncompetitive, particularly against neighbouring Ryanair - which was in the middle of attempts to take over its Irish rival - and a pensions hole was about to open up.

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