Talks Stall Between Aer Lingus And Union

Talks between management and a trade union at Aer Lingus have broken down, with both sides accusing the other of "not being prepared to negotiate".

IMPACT members of the airline's cabin crew are involved in a dispute over work rosters, and have already staged one day of strike action.

Talks where due to begin between union representatives of the cabin crew and management at the company.

However, it is understood that both sides have accused the other of "stalling" the talks.

According to reports the airline has said that they have met the demands of cabin crew and had been left "perplexed" by IMPACT saying talks had collapsed.


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