Ryanair hopes for "positive" call on Aer Lingus

"We've submitted a very radical package of remedies," he said in a TV interview with Bloomberg News.

22nd January, 2013
"We've submitted a very radical package of remedies."

Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said he was hoping for a positive decision from regulators on his bid to buy Aer Lingus, as his company offers concessions to ensure competition is preserved.

"We've submitted a very radical package of remedies," he said in a TV interview with Bloomberg News.

"It's a question of spending time" with officials "trying to tweak the remedies so we ensure we address all the commission's competition concerns and come out...

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