On December 10, dozens of Aer Lingus pensioners descended on Dublin Airport’s Radisson hotel.
Inside, shareholders were voting on a plan that would inject €190.7 million into and restructure the company’s ailing defined contribution pension plan, known as the Irish Airlines (General Employees) Superannuation Scheme.
A sizeable chunk of the 15,000 people in the pension plan weren’t happy, however, especially the thousands of already retired members who faced swingeing cuts to their...
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