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So who will fill the Aer Lingus hot seat?

Aer Lingus shareholders will hope that, this time, the airline will move a little more quickly to fill the vacant position of chief executive than was the case when Willie Walsh resigned in 2005.

11th April, 2009

Aer Lingus shareholders will hope that, this time, the airline will move a little more quickly to fill the vacant position of chief executive than was the case when Willie Walsh resigned in 2005.

It took seven months for Dermot Mannion to take up the position following Walsh’s departure, thanks to a relaxed recruitment drive pursued by the then semi-state airline and restrictions in Mannion’s contract with previous employer Emirates.

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