Dublin-based Aer Lingus has “reluctantly” agreed in principle to proposals solving a long-running pension dispute that will cost it a further €50 million ($68 million). The company pension fund has been a running controversy at the Irish flag carrier for several years, with the company making a series of financial injections to help remedy a fund deficit now estimated to be roughly €750 million. These repeated infusions of cash have caused fury with one of its major ...

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