Varadkar: pension hole won't block Aer Lingus sale
Transport minister Leo Varadkar has said that the Aer Lingus pension deficit cannot be allowed to hold up the planned sale of the government's 25 per cent stake in the airline.
Transport minister Leo Varadkar has said that the Aer Lingus pension deficit cannot be allowed indefinitely to hold up the planned sale of the government's 25 per cent stake in the airline.
Varadkar said that the government would not wait forever for the €700 million pension deficit at Aer Lingus to be resolved.
The government intended to proceed with the sale of its stake but only at the right price and time. The pension deficit issue...
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