Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair (FR) said it is proposing “radical remedies” to allay competition concerns in its bid to take over Aer Lingus (EI). The European Commission (EC) is undertaking an investigation into the effects on competition if FR’s third bid to take over the Irish flag-carrier is allowed to proceed (ATW Daily News, Aug. 29). Many Dublin-originating routes are served by only the two Irish carriers. The EC said the takeover “could therefore lead to ...

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