Aer Lingus could be facing industrial action after CEO Dermot Mannion warned in a letter to union employees that they must accept new work rules because the airline is facing "commercial challenges and threats that are unprecedented in the history of the company." In the letter, widely reported by the Irish press, Mannion stated that EI's costs are out of line compared to its competitors in "some critical areas," adding, "Given our significant growth and expansion plans, this is no longer ...

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