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Acting Aer Lingus boss to be asked to stay on

The acting chairman of Aer Lingus, John Sharman, is likely to be asked by the Minister for Transport, Martin Cullen, to remain on for a further period to allow the airline to find a suitable long-term candidate for the position.

18th December, 2004

The acting chairman of Aer Lingus, John Sharman, is likely to be asked by the Minister for Transport, Martin Cullen, to remain on for a further period to allow the airline to find a suitable long-term candidate for the position.

Sharman, who joined the company's board of directors last March, is due to step down as acting chairman on January 3. He was appointed acting chairman last July, following the resignation of Tom Mulcahy over...

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