Aer Lingus plans 900 new jobs by 2020

Aer Lingus is creating 900 new jobs over the next three years.

The airline says that 100 positions will come on stream next year with 800 staff being hired on the run up to 2020.

The move is to coincide with the growth of its network.

A new service from Dublin to Philadelphia will operate from March of next year along with increased services to other US and European destinations.

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