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British Airways owner IAG considering bid for Aer Lingus - Financial Times report
Aer Lingus rejects IAG takeover bid
... awesome else the BOS-DUB Avois wouldnt be worth it anymore
The Irish government is looking at a revised offer for airline Aer Lingus from British Airways owner IAG.
Ireland is considering the proposed deal in terms of its effects on competition, transport links, and jobs, its transport ministry said.
The Irish government has a 25.1% share in Aer Lingus, and must agree to any deal before it can go through.
The other major shareholder in Aer Lingus is Ryanair.
The article below is already presuming that Aer Lingus is set to rejoin OW!
That step is part of the bid.