FlyBe confirms it is discussing Aer Lingus routes with Ryanair

Low cost airline Flybe has confirmed it is in discussions with Ryanair about the possible transfer of a number of aircraft and operating routes if Ryanair buys Aer Lingus.

23rd January, 2013
FlyBe aircraft will be a regular sight at Irish airports if Ryanair's bid to takeover Aer Lingus is successful.

Low cost airline Flybe has confirmed it is in discussions with Ryanair about the possible transfer of a number of aircraft and operating routes if Ryanair buys Aer Lingus.

European Union regulators have extended their review of Ryanair's bid for Aer Lingus until March 6th, the European Commission said today. That move came after submitted an updated package of concessions to to the Commission to deal with competition concerns surrounding the proposed deal.

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