Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus is facing possible industrial action by cabin crew staff in a dispute over rostering and duty hours—the latest in a series of labor clashes. The IMPACT trade union, which represents 1,000 of Aer Lingus cabin crew, said late Friday it had received overwhelming support for action, “up to and including strike action, if the airline fails to agree on the implementation of a revised roster for short-haul services and to implement acceptable time off after ...

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