Aer Lingus stoppage is called off

Aer Lingus aircraft SIPTU members have called off the stoppage and entered discussions

Industrial action at Aer Lingus timed for 19 November as part of a dispute over pensions, has been called off.

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions and employer's body Ibec had intervened to try to avert the two-hour stoppage.

SIPTU members at Aer Lingus decided to call off the stoppage and enter discussions.

The dispute centred on a 750m euro deficit in the pension scheme that covers staff at the airline and the Dublin Airport Authority.

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