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Aer Lingus Chief Operating Officer Reportedly Ready To Leave Airline

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It has been reported that Mike Rutter, chief operating officer at Aer Lingus, is set to leave the airline.

According to The Irish Times, Rutter, who joined the company in 2014, is said to be on annual leave, but sources close to the matter have indicated that he is due to depart the company.

He has held the role of the chief operating officer since October 2015.

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Before joining Aer Lingus, Rutter previously worked with UK airline Flybe, security group G4S and American Express.

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