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You didn't write it - well thats no surprise - it mightn't be a bad idea to erase it and insert a link instead - the mods here aren't too crazy about posters nicking other folks intellectual property and posting it here without giving the original authors their rightful due - passin it off as your own is worse!Colada said:Hibernophile, I didn't write that piece - in fact, I don't even agree with all of it.
But drbob is getting off on it - so I think it's been great value anyhow. :lol:
The Aer Lingus planes are all "first-hand" and five years old on average.alk about an overmanned and high cost airline in a competitive industry with an ageing fleet on the brink of a cyclical downturn.
Just a clarification.grassroots said:If you read the article you see the problem facing Mannion and Aer Lingus -3 times as many staff per plane as Ryanair and paid 40% more per head.
Talk about an overmanned and high cost airline in a competitive industry with an ageing fleet on the brink of a cyclical downturn.
Removed from protection by a cash strapped exchequer, Aer Lingus is on a slippery slope.