Wednesday November 25, 2020

Aer Lingus sale puts jitters up Fianna Fail

As the government was giving its final seal of approval for the sale of Aer Lingus last week, thousands of passengers queued in the heat at Dublin Airport.

8th July, 2006

As the government was giving its final seal of approval for the sale of Aer Lingus last week, thousands of passengers queued in the heat at Dublin Airport.

It was an extraordinarily bad week for passengers at the capital’s airport, with three major disruptions - two bomb alerts and a work stoppage by Aer Lingus members of the trade union Siptu protesting against the privatisation of the state airline.

The 75-minute stoppage at...

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