Flight delays beckon as Aer Lingus staff approve industrial action

Flight delays beckon as Aer Lingus staff approve industrial action

Aer Lingus cabin crew have voted overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action today.

Some 91% of the workers, represented by IMPACT, have backed the move.

The dispute centres on rosters and the closure of the cabin crew base at Shannon Airport.

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