Aer Lingus has warned its forward bookings have been “considerably damaged” by an industrial action planned by cabin crew union IMPACT for May 30. The dispute, the latest in a series of labor clashes at the Irish flag carrier, is over rostering and duty hours. IMPACT represents 1,000 of Aer Lingus cabin crew. In a stock market release, Aer Lingus said its April operating results across its short- and long-haul operations was substantially up on the prior year and ...

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