Minister for Transport Martin Cullen will ask his European counterparts on October 12 to allow Ireland to proceed with agreeing a new bilateral aviation treaty with the US in the event that talks for a wider EU-US open skies agreement break down.
Cullen wrote to Aer Lingus three weeks ago informing them that he would pursue the issue. He will now raise the subject at a meeting of the Council of Ministers in Brussels.
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