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Why Irish skies are smiling

In gamble to be the first low-cost, trans-Atlantic carrier, Aer Lingus cuts some fares up to 60%

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / November 3, 2004

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Aer Lingus, which flies thousands of passengers between Boston and Ireland each year, is vying to be the first airline to successfully operate as a low-cost, low-fare carrier across the Atlantic Ocean. (Full article: 757 words)

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