Aer Lingus feels the squeeze

After battling through a series of stiff challenges, Dermot Mannion is on the back foot once more.

30th August, 2008

After battling through a series of stiff challenges, Dermot Mannion is on the back foot once more.

The markets think of your company as little more than an €800 million bank ac count with a troublesome, valueless airline attached. Your fuel bills and losses are soaring.

Customers are running out of spending power and cutting back on foreign travel. Meanwhile, unhelpful trade unions are lacing up the gloves for yet another row over reform of...

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