Aer Lingus, as expected, appointed Dermot Mannion as its new CEO replacing Willie Walsh, who left the airline in January and recently was named CEO of British Airways (ATWOnline, March 9). Mannion, 47, joined Dubai-based Emirates in 1987 and became president of Group Support Services in 2003. He will take up his new post in August. "While Aer Lingus is in a strong position, having achieved record operating profits in the past year building on our 'low fares, way better' customer ...

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