Aer Lingus will "resort to other measures" in its pursuit of its required cost savings, with capacity reductions and immediate and "compulsory" redundancies in the pipeline, CEO Christoph Mueller said after negotiations with several unions broke down late Tuesday. "We have narrowed the gap with most union groups. . .and this has brought us very close to signature with them," Mueller said, adding that the Irish Airline Pilots Assn. and, "to a lesser extent," cabin crew represented by Impact ...

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