Irish flag-carrier Aer Lingus faces the threat of industrial action from staff after talks broke down over a shortfall in a staff pension scheme. The long-running dispute over the pension scheme, which employees at Aer Lingus share with other aviation industry workers, has a deficit of more than €700 million ($958 million). A recommendation by Ireland’s Labor Court earlier this year saw Aer Lingus agree to pay €140 million toward the deficit. However, the Services Industrial ...

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