British Airways/Iberia parent company International Airlines Group (IAG) said its offer for Aer Lingus would “secure and strengthen the Irish carrier’s long-term future,” and is proposing legally binding commitments to that end. The Irish government is lukewarm to the proposed IAG acquisition and is calling for cast-iron guarantees regarding Aer Lingus’ regional domestic services before it considers approving the deal. IAG is offering the legally binding commitments ...

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