Aer Lingus union deal in trouble over data concerns

The €110 million deal struck by Aer Lingus with trade unions is in jeopardy because of concerns over the data used to arrive at the final pension bill, according to sources.

29th June, 2013

The €110 million deal struck by Aer Lingus with trade unions is in jeopardy because of concerns over the data used to arrive at the final pension bill, according to sources.

Trade union negotiators are understood to have sought clarification from the company because of contradictory figures provided by Aer Lingus.

The Labour Court recommended in May that Aer Lingus provide a once-off lump-sum payment of €110 million to secure the pension benefits of the...

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