At close to six years, Mueller will be one of the longer serving Aer Lingus chief executives of the past two decades.

While it surprised quite a few people, Christoph Mueller’s decision to step down as chief executive of Aer Lingus next May is not seen as a result of (...)

Christoph Mueller: Aer Lingus CEO is to step down next May. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The race to succeed Christoph Mueller in the €1.5 million-a-year top job at Aer Lingus is likely to attract candidates from both at home and abroad, (...)

Charity event for Haiti: (from left) Aldagh McDonogh, director of Soul of Haiti, entrepreneur Enda O’Coineen, Michael Cullen of Beacon Medical and Eamon Crosbie, yachting enthusiast

Aer Lingus chairman Colm Barrington was among the members of the sailing set who turned up on Wednesday at a charity event in the Royal Irish Yacht Cl(...)

Aer Lingus chairman Colm Barrington welcomed yesterday’s ruling, saying: “Today’s CAT judgment is a key milestone on the path toward removing Ryanair from the Aer Lingus share register.”

Ryanair may have just one last avenue of appeal open to it before the UK competition regulator forces the airline to cut its near 30 per cent s(...)

Ryanair brought its case to the Competition Appeal Tribunal in London after the Competition Commission last year ordered it to cut its 29.8 per cent holding in Aer Lingus. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Ryanair has lost its appeal against a UK regulator’s ruling ordering it to sell most of its 29 per cent stake in rival Aer Lingus. The UK’s Com(...)

The board of Aer Lingus has backed Labour Court proposals to pump €110 million in cash into a new staff pension plan.The recommendations are aimed at (...)

Christoph Mueller: anger at agm over his salary.

Aer Lingus shareholders used the airline’s agm yesterday to voice anger at the remuneration of chief executive Christoph Mu(...)