Aer Lingus has started rearranging flight schedules in an attempt to minimize disruption from a planned March 14 strike. The four-hour strike by members of Ireland’s Service, Industrial, Professional and Technical Union (SIPTU) is aimed at both the Irish flag-carrier and Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) over a protracted and complex dispute over a shortfall in the companies’ pension scheme. Talks have rumbled on for years over the pension fund, which has a growing deficit that has ...

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