Aer Lingus Group lodged a formal appeal with the EU Court of First Instance in Luxembourg as part of what it called "the legal process towards removing Ryanair from its shareholder register." Last month the European Commission said it does not have the legal authority to order Ryanair to sell off or reduce its shareholding in EI because it holds only a minority stake and does not have effective control (ATWOnline, Oct. 11). Aer Lingus, however, believes the merger regulation does give the EC ...

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