Aer Lingus A330-200. By Rob Finlayson Dublin-based carriers Aer Lingus Group (EI) and Ryanair (FR) are once again embroiled in a dispute over EI’s larger pension deficit and the absence of dividend payments. Ryanair 737-800. Courtesy, Boeing FR is EI’s largest shareholder with a 29.8% stake (ATW Daily News, Nov. 1, 2010). FR recently called for an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) of EI shareholders to discuss a series of proposals that it claims will boost ...

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