Aer Lingus has welcomed the decision by the UK Court of Appeal rejecting the challenge Ryanair brought against the judgment of the Competition Appeal Tribunal. In March 2014, the
Aer Lingus has welcomed the issue today by the UK Competition Commission of its final report on its investigation into Ryanair’s minority shareholding in Aer Lingus, which concludes that Ryanair’s
Ryanair today confirmed that, as part of its ongoing remedies discussions with the UK Competition Commission, it has now offered the following undertaking to the CC: “Ryanair will undertake to
Ryanair faces having to reduce its shareholding in Aer Lingus after the UK Competition Commission provisionally decided that its 29.8% stake could reduce competition on routes between Britain and Ireland.
Aer Lingus has noted Ryanair’s announcement earlier today that it has been notified by the European Commission that the EC intends to prohibit Ryanair’s offer for Aer Lingus. In a
The UK Competition Commission has been given the go ahead to investigate Ryanair’s shareholding in Aer Lingus. It has won the right to evaluate whether Ryanair’s 29.8% stake gives it
As expected, the Board of Aer Lingus has rejected Ryanair’s Offer to acquire control of Aer Lingus for €1.30 per share, saying that it “fundamentally undervalues Aer Lingus and represents
Following the UK Competition Commission’s decision requiring the British Airports Authority to sell either Edinburgh or Glasgow airport, BAA has announced that it has decided to sell Edinburgh Airport. BAA