FRANKFURT—The Irish government will likely demand guarantees for service in key markets prior to an agreement to sell its stake in Aer Lingus to International Airlines Group (IAG). The parent of British Airways, Iberia and Vueling put forward a third offer for the Irish airline on Monday, as expected. The company offered to pay €2.5 ($2.82) per share, plus a special dividend of €0.05 per share. Two previous IAG offers, of €2.30 and €2.40, had been rejected by the ...

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