Aer LIngus is suspending publication of its in-flight magazine Cara
…Cara didn’t have to print in high volume, but it was read by millions of passengers every year, and the production values reflected that. By the end of the month, copies were dog-eared, but hanging in there. And countless passengers will recall pulling fresh copies from seat-backs at the beginning of the month, inhaling that newly-minted whiff as they opened the pages…
Aer Lingus cuts Cara – much-loved magazine put to flight by Covid (Pól Ó Conghaile, Indpendent.ie)
Name those flying jammers, anyone?
er 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.
Aer Lingus reviewing Cork and Shannon operations (Independent.ie)
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary
At least the airlines are not operating like a cartel at this time.
That would be…
Aer Lingus Cabin Crew members at the unveiling of Aer Lingus’ new look uniform designed by Louise Kennedy (above left). The new design will be worn by over 4,000 cabin and ground crew around the world from February 10.
Notable changes to the uniform include the addition of trouser and dress options for female crew, new jacket and coat designs for male crew, and ‘easy-care’ shirts and blouses.
Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
The company confirmed to The Times that up until now all its female staff had to wear make-up as part of their uniform. Aer Lingus said that new guidelines would not include mandatory use for the first time. Women working on board the Irish airline’s fleet will soon be allowed to wear trousers, instead of the previously obligatory skirts.
Aer Lingus won’t make cabin crew wear make-up (Ellen Coyne, The Timesa Ireland Edition)
Pic: Aer Lingus