Aer Lingus pension compromise provokes Ryanair ire

Credit: Aer Lingus Airbus A330-200
Aer Lingus has agreed to adopt a recommendation from Ireland’s Labor Court to ease a dispute over a shortfall in one of the company’s pension funds. The Irish flag carrier will pump in contributions totaling €140 million ($183 million)—a move that provoked ire from Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair...

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