Low-cost carrier Ryanair confirmed Friday it had submitted a non-binding offer for ailing Cypriot national carrier, Cyprus Airways. The Irish carrier is understood to be one of 15 interested parties, including a number of other airlines that have submitted non-binding proposals in time to meet the Friday deadline. Other carriers that are interested in possibly acquiring the 93.67% stake in the airline currently owned by the government of Cyprus include Greece’s Aegean Airlines, ...

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