Ryanair to drop Aer Lingus EGM demand

Budget airline Ryanair has said it's going to drop its demand for Aer Lingus to hold an extraordinary shareholder meeting.

9th December, 2011
Ryanair to drop Aer Lingus EGM demand
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Budget airline Ryanair has said it's going to drop its demand for Aer Lingus to hold an extraordinary shareholder meeting.

Ryanair, which owns 29.8 per cent of Aer Lingus, said in an open letter it would continue to raise issues with Aer Lingus by direct correspondence and "if necessary - legal proceedings".

Ryanair said the issues include Aer Lingus' handling of the Deloitte & McCann Fitzgerald report into a leave and rehire revenue penalty and the...

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