— Independent.ie (@Independent_ie) July 31, 2020
Aer Lingus CEO Sean Doyle outlined the potentially dramatic moves in an internal video to staff members on Friday.
“We have no line of sight on any meaningful resumption of operations out of either Cork or Shannon Airports. As such we are reviewing the scale of our flying programme from these airports and the ongoing viability of our regional bases there,” he told staff.
Someone‘s looking for a bailout.
— Clare FM (@ClareFM) July 31, 2020