In January of this year, as far as anyone was concerned, the biggest thing that IAG (the airline group which owns Aer Lingus) would have to face was the retirement of Willie Walsh, its chief executive.
Walsh had spent 15 years in charge, first as boss of British Airways, before turning it into one of the biggest airline companies in the world through successive mergers with Spanish companies Iberia and Vueling and then Aer Lingus.
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