Aer Lingus is eyeing increased terminal capacity at its main hub Dublin Airport on the backdrop of the recent opening up of the new North Runway at Dublin Airport. Lynn Embleton, CEO, Aer Lingus expressed his interest in increasing capacity at Dublin Airport to develop its hub at the airport. The airline currently uses Dublin Airport’s Terminal 3 as its main base. Since the opening of the Terminal in 2010, it has accommodated over 100 million passengers Speaking to RTE News, a spokesperson for Aer Lingus said: “Although the Easter season went smoothly, it hopes that the busy Summer 2023

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