Ryanair and BA strike binding agreement on Aer Lingus routes

British Airways has reached a binding agreement with Ryanair on taking over some Aer Lingus short haul routes in the event that Ryanair gets permission from the European Commission to buy Aer Lingus.

5th February, 2013
The proposed deals will only happen if Ryanair is given permission to takeover Aer Lingus.

British Airways has reached a binding agreement with Ryanair on taking over some Aer Lingus short haul routes in the event that Ryanair gets permission from the European Commission to buy Aer Lingus, the Daily Business Post understands.

The British Airways deal, which is likely to focus on traffic between London and Dublin, Cork and Shannon, goes hand in hand with a deal reached with Flybe on other short haul routes, should the acquisition of...

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