Saturday November 28, 2020

Aer Lingus to outsource handling functions

Unions at the airline have not yet agreed to the outsourcing plans

4th December, 2016

Aer Lingus plans to outsource key ground handling functions at Dublin Airport and may launch a new voluntary redundancy programme for staff early in the new year.

Unions at the airline have not yet agreed to the outsourcing plans, but if implemented they would affect at least 100 staff.

Aer Lingus chief executive Stephen Kavanagh assured the government in a letter ahead of its sale to IAG last May that the airline did not foresee a...

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