Government to engage with unions on Aer Lingus

Bertie Ahern and Martin Cullen have told Siptu president Jack O'Connor that a decision on the future of Aer Lingus will not be finalised without “formal engagement" between the government and he social partners.

27th November, 2004

Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and the Minister for Transport Martin Cullen have told Siptu president Jack O'Connor that a decision on the future of Aer Lingus will not be finalised without “formal engagement" between the government and he social partners.

The politicians wrote to O'Connor after the government indicated it would sancion some form of private equity investment for the airline before Christmas, as reported in this newspaper last week. The Irish Congress of Trade...

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