Comment: O’Leary still circling around Aer Lingus

As Christoph Mueller, the new chief executive of Aer Lingus, steels himself for the first of many battles with unions over radical plans to strip out €100million in costs, he can at least console himself that his noisy peer across the car park at Dub

26th September, 2009

As Christoph Mueller, the new chief executive of Aer Lingus, steels himself for the first of many battles with unions over radical plans to strip out €100million in costs, he can at least console himself that his noisy peer across the car park at Dublin Airport will give him a little breathing space.

Last week, Michael O’Leary, chief executive of Ryanair, used his airline’s agm to play down speculation about a third attempt to...

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