Aer Lingus's secret threat to outsource at Dublin Airport

Aer Lingus is threatening to outsource ground-handling operations at Dublin Airport.

6th April, 2014
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Christoph Mueller of Aer Lingus. Picture: Photocall

Aer Lingus is threatening to outsource ground-handling operations at Dublin Airport.

The threat is contained in secret briefing documents prepared by senior airline managers for chief executive Christoph Mueller ahead of staff meetings he hosted in recent weeks.

The meetings were held in a fraught industrial relations climate heightened by the pension crisis, a series of restructuring plans and issues about key staff refusing promotions that would see them take a cut in pay.

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