Aer Lingus CEO and director Christoph Mueller will step down from both posts in May 2015, the Irish flag-carrier announced Friday. He was appointed as CEO five years ago. Mueller has been in charge through some turbulent times at Aer Lingus, notably the third attempt by low-cost Irish rival Ryanair to buy the airline. There has also been a long-running argument with staff over pension rights and industrial action. His period at the helm has also seen the company become a member of Etihad ...

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