Wednesday October 21, 2020

Mannion seeks government support at egm

Aer Lingus directors are to ask the government to vote in favour of ending the airline’s Shannon-Heathrow route when shareholders meet to decide the issue in the coming weeks.

25th August, 2007

Aer Lingus directors are to ask the government to vote in favour of ending the airline’s Shannon-Heathrow route when shareholders meet to decide the issue in the coming weeks.

The board is about to engage in intensive behind the scenes lobbying to secure the support of the government, which holds 25 per cent of the airline, in an effort to ensure that Ryanair’s motion to overrule management and save the route, which will...

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