UK regional carrier Flybe has reached “agreement in principle” with Ryanair to take on a package of routes as part of Ryanair’s bid to take over Irish flag-carrier Aer Lingus. The package would include a payment of €100 million ($136 million) to Flybe. Ryanair is making its third bid to take over Aer Lingus. The European Commission(EC) has filed a statement of objections to the proposed acquisition. The Irish low-cost carrier has submitted to the EC what it has ...

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