Aer Lingus’ shareholders have voted in favor of a deal to address the airline’s pension deficit, which was previously described as “a real and significant risk to the success of the company.” A proposal to plough €190.7 million ($237.6 million) into the pensions scheme, which has taken four years to finalize, was put to shareholders during an extraordinary general meeting Dec. 10. In a stock exchange disclosure, Aer Lingus said the motion had been passed, with ...

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