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IAG dangles pledge of 1,000 new aviation jobs

Up to 100 positions would relocate to capital city. Long-haul expansion to supply a further 800

15th February, 2015

The International Airlines Group (IAG) could create up to 1,000 new jobs in five years if it is successful in its takeover of Aer Lingus, sources have told The Sunday Business Post.

The firm, which is run by former Aer Lingus chief executive Willie Walsh, could move up to 100 of its back-office jobs, including call centre and treasury services positions, to the IFSC in Dublin to avoid the duplication of functions between the two companies.


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