Cabinet to hear new IAG Aer Lingus buy-out proposal within two weeks

Cabinet to hear new IAG Aer Lingus buy-out proposal within two weeks

The latest proposals from IAG in relation to its planned €1.3bn buy-out of the Government's share of Aer Lingus are due to be put to the Cabinet within the next fortnight.

The Sunday Business Post reports Ministers could give clearance for the bid at its first meeting after the Easter break.

Talks are on-going between the Government and bosses of the International Airlines Group.

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