From the days of having Willie Walsh as its chief executive, through to the present, Aer Lingus has been on a clear and careful path. With a tough competitor and subsequent shareholder in the form of Ryanair, it was apparent to Walsh that if the company did not shape up, there would be no more shamrocks on aircraft tails at Dublin, only harps.
By disciplined and consistent management, it has dramatically improved its productivity, reshaped...
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