Aer Lingus to begin immediate search for Mannion’s successor

Dermot Mannion is preparing to leave his position as chief executive of Aer Lingus. The move is expected to be announced shortly by the airline, which will also indicate that it is to begin an immediate search for his replacement.

4th April, 2009

Dermot Mannion is preparing to leave his position as chief executive of Aer Lingus. The move is expected to be announced shortly by the airline, which will also indicate that it is to begin an immediate search for his replacement.

Mannion took up the position in August 2005, joining Aer Lingus from Middle Eastern airline Emirates.

Sources say that the parting is ‘‘amicable’’. Mannion initially charted a course for expansion but Aer Lingus has been hit...

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