View Full Version : Who Will be the New CEO of Aer Lingus - Betting?

5th Oct 2006, 21:50
So Mannion will be gone. To lose one CEO in a few years is unfortunate - to lose two is just careless.
Betting I am sure will open for the new Aerlingus CEO - latest odds are:
Warwick Brady - Air Deccan - Ex FR 3/1
Sean Coyle - FR 3/1
David O'Brien - FR 4/1
Adrian Dunne - FR - Ex Aer Lingus 6/1
Ray Hernan - ex FR 8/1
Charlie Clifton - ex FR 10/1
Willie Walsh - BA 10/1
Peter Bellew - FR 16/1
Fergal Barry - Aer Arann 25/1
Bertie Ahern - Ex Taoiseach 100/1
Mary O'Rourke - Ex Ex 200/1
Ryanair is rumoured to be setting up a special toll telephone line so you can vote for your own CEO. £5 per minute.
Anyone else like to recommend a new Aer Lingus CEO.

Loose rivets
6th Oct 2006, 05:51
I think this is all a clever plan by Aer Lingus. Sort of Cunning Lingus:E

6th Oct 2006, 07:05
It is touching that yet another thread originated it R&N has been elevated to JB. It shows the esteem with which JB is held, in that continued discussion requires access to the accumulated intellect herein embedded, rather than the narrow and biaised opinions found at the perceived 'head' of PPRuNe.

Buster Hyman
6th Oct 2006, 07:07
James Hogan.

6th Oct 2006, 07:13
Jackie Healy-Ray :ok:

Puck for da Head Office!

6th Oct 2006, 12:30
What odds will you give me on Michael O'Leary? :}:uhoh::ooh:

Alternatively, I'll take Jack Charlton...

6th Oct 2006, 13:45
David Bonderman, chairman of Ryanair, founder and Principal of Texas Pacific Group [TPG].

TPG has (or had) wide holdings in such organizations as America West (USA) (now US Arways), Continental Airlines, Seagate Technologies, ON Semiconductor and now Freescale Semi (both formerly Motorola operations), MGM, Burger King, Neiman Marcus, etc.

27th Jun 2008, 14:24
Was neidin right back in 2006 when he posted this ?

See news released today by EI

RTÉ Business: Ryanair director departs for Aer Lingus (http://www.rte.ie/business/2008/0627/aerlingus.html)

West Coast
27th Jun 2008, 17:16
Paddy O Furniture

You heard it here first.

27th Jun 2008, 17:39
I would have thought maybe the corporate board would go into academia for

Pat McGrowen

27th Jun 2008, 20:51
Dermot O'Logical.