In an effort to win support from Aer Lingus shareholders, particularly the Irish government and employees who hold 25.1% and 14.2% stakes respectively, for its renewed all-cash takeover offer, Ryanair yesterday committed to recognizing EI's unions, restoring daily Shannon-London Heathrow service and ceding control of EI's LHR slots to the government. In an update to its €748 million ($948.2 million) offer (ATWOnline, Dec. 2), the LCC also said it would provide the Irish government with ...

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