Aer Lingus’ shareholders will decide whether to accept a critical pension deal during an extraordinary general meeting Dec. 10. Aer Lingus is seeking shareholder approval to plough €190.7 million ($238.3 million) into its pensions scheme to resolve a deficit which represents “a real and significant risk to the success of the company.” It believes the proposed solution, which has been under negotiation for four years, will help avoid labor conflict, give financial and ...

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