Aer Lingus is to place a new A330 aircraft, which was only delivered last week, in a storage programme in Spain due to the Covid-19 pandemic, reports Irish media outlet RTE. Chief technical officer Fergus Wilson told staff in a video message  that with travel restrictions and the 14-day quarantine still applying, passenger demand remains extremely low. “The additional capacity that we added to our European schedule at the start of July has failed to perform to the level we had hoped – and with bookings for the coming weeks not showing an improvement, the remainder of this summer period now

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