O’Leary will stay on to finish Aer Lingus job
Ryanair’s bid for Aer Lingus has prompted Michael O’Leary to shelve his plans to resign as chief executive of the low-cost airline in 2008.
O’Leary announced his plans to step down last November, prompting widespread speculation about who would replace him, but he has now changed his mind.
‘‘It’s just a rolling plan to leave in about two or three years’ time – don’t get too hung up about it,” O’Leary told The Sunday Business Post.
‘‘You can be bloody sure I’ll be here for the four...
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