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Storm clouds gather for rough ride at Aer Lingus

Pension disputes, rostering and falling profits cause pain at airline, writes Fearghal O'Connor

15th June, 2014
Aer Lingus staff demonstrate at Dublin Airport. Picture: Photocall

The imminent release of a report by a government appointed expert panel is likely to kick off the next battle in the industrial relations war that is raging at Aer Lingus.

With a range of highly contentious issues still at play, and operating profits expected to be down by up to 20 per cent because of strike action to date, nobody at Dublin Airport is betting against more disruption for passengers this summer and a...

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