International Airlines Group (IAG), currently in the midst of an attempt to acquire Aer Lingus, has offered concessions to the European Commission’s (EC) competition authorities in its efforts to gain approval for the bid. A brief note on the competition section of the EC website said “remedies” were offered Wednesday by IAG, parent group of British Airways and Iberia, in connection with its proposed takeover. The deadline for the EC’s decision on whether to allow ...

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