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Aer Lingus: Don’t blame us for Ryanair union woes

12th August, 2018
Aer Lingus chief executive, Stephen Kavanagh

The chief executive of Aer Lingus has shot back at suggestions by Ryanair management that his pilots are behind the budget carrier’s industrial relations woes.

Asked about suggestions made by senior Ryanair executives that Aer Lingus pilots were sowing the seeds of discontent which have led to the current strikes, Stephen Kavanagh said: “I think they’re wrong. I don’t think there’s any substance in that accusation.


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