Mannion throws down the gauntlet

The decision to axe Shannon as a Heathrow route sent a message to unions and the government that the gloves are off. Markets Correspondent David Clerkin reports.

11th August, 2007

The decision to axe Shannon as a Heathrow route sent a message to unions and the government that the gloves are off. Markets Correspondent David Clerkin reports.

The spirit of Willie Walsh is alive and well at Aer Lingus. The airline’s former chief executive may have quit three years ago - after his calls to free up the carrier for outside investment were largely ignored by the government - but under his successor, Dermot Mannion,...

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