The proposed solution includes a once-off € 191 million payment from Aer Lingus and a €72 million one from DAA to new defined contribution pension plans for active and deferred IASS members

Retired members of the joint Aer Lingus-Dublin Airport Authority pension plan are to proceed with a legal challenge against a proposal designed to (...)

The IASS  is operated jointly by Aer Lingus and Dublin Airport Authority. Photograph: Frank Miller

A proposal to cut retired workers’ pensions as part of an overall plan to plug a €750 million hole in Irish Airlines Superannuation Scheme (IASS) has(...)

Aer Lingus has pledged to contribute €191 million to seeding the new superannuation scheme while the DAA has committed to paying €72 million. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) unions plan to begin balloting workers in coming weeks on proposals to end the deadlock over the €750 million hole i(...)

The dispute over pensions for staff in Aer Lingus, the Dublin Airport Authority and the Shannon Airport Authority has been running now for four years

The dispute over pensions for staff in Aer Lingus, the Dublin Airport Authority and the Shannon Airport Authority has been running now for four(...)

Mr Justice Roderick Murphy gave his decision on an application by Aer Lingus plc for an unconditional order permitting a proposed 
€
¤500 million reduction in its capital reserves from 
€
¤859 million to 
€
¤359 million.

The High Court has ruled the trustees of Aer Lingus workers' pensions funds must be given prior notice of the proposed distribution of ¤500 mil(...)