Cadwalader, Cleary Take Antitrust Roles in Ryanair's Latest Bid for Aer Lingus

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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.

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