'Secret Aer Lingus plan reveals "aggressive" cuts' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Independent'.
Philip Ryan and John Mullligan write that the airline needs to make "aggressive" cuts of at least €60 million "if it hopes to compete internationally".
This is according to a confidential presentation given to senior managers at the airline last month.
The report was commissioned by the airline and recommends slashing costs with job cuts for pilots, cabin crew and catering stff.
'Fifa's Blatter "blind to the damage" he is causing football' is the second headline on the front page.
Oliver Brown, reporting from Zurich, writes how US investigators have accused officials from football's governing body Fifa of racketeering, fraud and money laundering involving millions of dollars.
Some 14 people have been indicted, with seven held in Zurich. Fifa president Sepp Blatter has not been arrested and has vowed to kick out corrupt officials.
However, FAI boss John Delaney says a change of leadership in Fifa is required; "He is clearly blind to the damage that his continued grip is doing to world football," Mr Delaney writes in today's 'Irish Independent'.
The front page carries a picture of Rory McIlory during yesterday's Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Pro-Am on his home turf in Co Down. He raised more than €140,000 for his charity's foundation. The picture shows Rory shielding himself against the rain with the caption: 'It's raining champ Rory'.
'€40k drugs in missing couple quarry' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Herald'.
Ken Foy reports that gardai "discovered over €40,000 worth of drugs in a quarry which had been searched for a missing couple feared murdered".
The quarry was previously the focus of a search by a team investigating the disappearance of Tallaght man Willie Maughan and his Latvian partner Anna Varslavane. The couple were last seen in the Gormanston area of Co Meath on April 14 last.
'U2 tour boss drops dead' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
The newspaper reports how Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen have been "left reeling" after their longtime tour manager Dennis Sheehan died just hours after the band performed in Los Angeles.
A distraught Bono led tributes to Mr Sheehan, who is originally from Co Waterford. "We've lost a family member," he said.
'Forensic auditors to examine St Vincent's Group' is one of the main headlines on today's 'Irish Times'.
The newspaper reports that the HSE is to commission external forensic auditors "to review financial arrangements with the St Vincent's Healthcare Group".
The group operates the publicly funded St Vincent's Hospital and St Michael's Hospital in Dublin and St Vincent's Private Hospital.
'McIlroy can win more majors than Tiger - Els' is the main headline in today's 'Irish Independent Sport'.
Liam Kelly reports that Ernie Els "is backing Rory McIlroy to beat Tiger Woods' haul of 14 Major championships over the next 20 years"
"In 20 years' time, if he won ten (Majors)... I think he can do that.
"You know you're going to have some downs here and there, but I think he can win more than 14."