Ryanair has reached an agreement in principle with British regional airline Flybe to transfer several routes and aircraft in order to win approval from the European Commission (EC) for its projected acquisition of Aer Lingus. Up to 10 aircraft and 43 routes would be transferred to the new entity. “The agreement provides for a new company to be incorporated into which the relevant business assets, including cash of €100 million [$135 million] and liabilities, would be transferred ...

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