European budget airline Ryanair Holdings apparently hopes the third time is a charm in its attempt to gain control of rival Dublin-based airline Aer Lingus. Ryanair, which already owns a minority stake in Aer Lingus that is being scrutinized by U.K. regulators, is offering to pay $883 million for the roughly 70 percent of the airline it does not already own.
Cadwalader, Cleary Take Antitrust Roles in Ryanair's Latest Bid for Aer Lingus
The Am Law Daily
June 20, 2012
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