After Mueller, Aer Lingus faces a tricky transition

Aer Lingus faces a difficult management transition if the airline's pension debacle is not fixed before the departure of its German chief executive, Christoph Mueller.

20th July, 2014

Aer Lingus faces a difficult management transition if the airline’s pension debacle is not fixed before the departure of its German chief executive, Christoph Mueller, next May, one aviation analyst has warned.

The airline has already lost its chief financial officer Andrew MacFarlane and human resources boss Michael Grealy in recent months.

“The replacements for both Grealy and MacFarlane are external to the company and, in the event, that Mueller’s replacement is also...

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