Aer Lingus is the flag carrying airline of the Republic of Ireland, and specialises in both long haul and short haul flights. Flights from the UK all make a stop-over in Dublin, the airline’s headquarters. Aer Lingus operates on a “some frills” basis, acting as a hybrid between a traditional airline and a budget one. They still offer some complimentary services on long haul flights, while they charge for extras such as meals on short haul journeys. Having resisted multiple takeover bids by budget giant Ryanair, Aer Lingus remain Ireland’s second largest airline.
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