Aer Lingus faces a number of challenges in the market


The Irish airline Aer Lingus faces its shareholders at its annual general meeting.

It is the first AGM for Christoph Mueller who took over as chief executive just a few months ago.

He has been battling to cut costs and restore the carrier's fortunes against fierce competition from budget rival Ryanair.

Russell Padmore reports.

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