Aer Lingus can't persuade enough staff to jump

Aer Lingus has fallen far short of the number of staff exits it hoped to achieve through a voluntary severance scheme - a key reason it issued a profit warning last week.

14th September, 2013

Aer Lingus has fallen far short of the number of staff exits it hoped to achieve through a voluntary severance scheme - a key reason it issued a profit warning last week.

Less than two months ago, the airline issued guidance to the markets that it would deliver full-year operating profit broadly in line with last years' €69.1 million operating profit. But on Friday, it revised this figure downwards to around €60 million for the...

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