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IAG chief Willie Walsh has already conceded that some jobs could be lost in the Aer Lingus head office and in areas such as IT. Photograph: The Irish Times

Trade union Siptu will seek assurances on the future of 1,500 Aer Lingus jobs before deciding whether or not to back a €1.36 billion bid for the carri(...)

Incoming Aer Lingus chief executive Liam Kavanagh has said  the IAG deal would boost passenger numbers on the airline’s Heathrow routes. File  photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A deal with International Airlines Group (IAG) will boost passenger numbers on the routes between Ireland and Heathrow that are at the centre of the(...)

Willie Walsh and Aer Lingus chief executive designate Stephen Kavanagh met outgoing Irish Congress of Trade Unions general secretary David Begg, Jack O’Connor of Siptu and Shay Cody of Impact to discuss IAG’s bid. Photograph: Alan Betson

International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive Willie Walsh met union leaders yesterday as his campaign to win support for his compa(...)

Fly Leasing has not supplied any planes to Aer Lingus and Colm Barrington stressed that he would excuse himself from any discussions dealing with such a transaction. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The aviation leasing company led by Aer Lingus chairman Colm Barrington has supplied a number of aircraft to the group that is bidding to buy the par(...)

Stephen Kavanagh: he stressed that becoming part of the group that owns British Airways (BA), Iberia and Vueling would accelerate the growth Aer Lingus is experiencing on its long-haul services. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Aer Lingus will grow more slowly and face higher risks if it opts to remain independent instead of accepting the €1.36 billion takeover offer from In(...)

Aer Lingus chairman Colm Barrington said the  the move would have significant benefits for the Republic. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Aer Lingus board believes there is a “compelling commercial logic” for the company to become part International Consolidated Airlines’ Group (IAG)(...)

Aer Lingus executive chairman Colm Barrington

The Aer Lingus board and its chairman, Colm Barrington, believe that there is a “compelling commercial logic” for the carrier to become part of Intern(...)

IAG chief Willie Walsh: “This is a deal that we want to do.” Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

International Consolidated Airlines Group is “nowhere near” walking away from its €1.36 billion bid to buy Aer Lingus, according to its Irish chief(...)

Willie Walsh: claimed IAG’s European network and sales force, combined with that of its US partner American Airlines, would considerably boost the growth already achieved across the Atlantic by Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus will grow both its transatlantic business and its fleet if International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) succeeds in taking over the I(...)

The move is part of a two-year cost-cutting and restructuring plan introduced by outgoing chief executive Christoph Mueller in 2013. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Aer Lingus is seeking voluntary redundancies from its near 4,000-strong workforce as part of a cost-cutting plan that was put on hold while it was tac(...)

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