Whyte on the markets
Colm Barrington, the former chairman of Aer Lingus, believes that last week shows that there is such a thing as being too efficient
Running an airline is a tricky logistical business. And running a low-cost, low-fares, no frills airline is even trickier. If anyone knows that, it’s Colm Barrington, the former chairman of Aer Lingus, who was at the centre of a great many very public tussles with Ryanair – both boardroom and marketplace – in recent years.
Barrington has been watching Ryanair’s recent pilot staffing problems closely and he believes that last week shows that...
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