ANALYSIS: Mueller's Aer Lingus departure is not a shock
Following his spat with the government on pay and failure to find a pension dispute reseloution, Christoph Mueller's plan to quit Aer Lingus is not a shock, writes Fearghal O'Connor.
The announcement that Christoph Mueller is to depart Aer Lingus is not a shock. The moment he found himself at loggerheads with the government over his pay was always likely to be a turning point for the German aviation veteran's relationship with a key shareholder in the airline.
Aer Lingus argued that Mueller had received his bonus because of the sterling work he undertook defending the airline from an unwanted takeover by a predatory competitor....
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