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IAG has also confirmed Aer Lingus’ name, head office location or place of incorporation in the Republic of Ireland, cannot be changed. Aer Lingus’ Heathrow Slots would be operated on Irish

30.01.2015 Estimates of the values of Aer Lingus’ Heathrow slots range from around €400 million to figures as high as €900 million. British Airways’ parent company IAG has agreed to buy some of the Aer Lingus slots at London Heathrow from Ryanair if the low-cost airline’s takeover bid for Aer Lingus gets approval from Brussels. IAG has confirmed it has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding with Ryanair that is subject to the go-ahead from the European […] Digital health passports integral to travel in 2021. Predicting the path of business travel in 2021 The airline group, headed by former Aer Lingus chief Willie Walsh, said it would agree to operate the 23 Heathrow slots on Irish routes for five years, which it added was a stronger commitment

· Aer Lingus's slots at London Heathrow cannot be sold, including to other IAG airlines · Aer Lingus's name, head office location or place of incorporation in the Republic of Ireland cannot

IAG, parent of British Airways and Iberia, secured the Irish government’s backing for the takeover by pledging that Aer Lingus’s Heathrow slots will be maintained on Irish routes for seven years. Heathrow slots currently held by Aer Lingus for up to seven years following the Transaction. (10) Provided that all conditions are met, or where permitted waived by IAG, IAG will IAG boss Willie Walsh has offered a ‘cast-iron guarantee’ on Aer Lingus’ Heathrow slots* Updated at 5.05pm IAG CEO WILLIE Walsh has offered a ‘cast-iron, legally binding’ guarantee that Aer Lingus’ flight-slots at Heathrow Airport will remain as they are for at least five years. As it stands, there is no veto power to prevent Aer Lingus leasing one of its Heathrow slots to another airline. IAG’s proposal would guarantee these slots for five years.

International Airlines Group has promised not to sell Aer Lingus’ slots at London’s Heathrow Airport if it succeeds in its €1.3bn takeover bid. The pledge is one of a number of “legally binding

IAG to guarantee Aer Lingus Heathrow slots. IAG has offered guarantees to the Irish government that Aer Lingus’ Heathrow slots will not be sold if a takeover deal is completed. The British Airways owner has submitted a number of proposals in an attempt to secure approval from the Irish government, which is needed if the bid of €1.36 billion is to 16.05.2015

Feb 02, 2015 · IAG would guarantee that Aer Lingus’s vaulable 23 Heathrow take-off and landing slot pairs will not be sold – including to BA – and that they will be operated on Irish routes for the next five

May 27, 2015 · THE sale of Aer Lingus to British Airways carrier IAG will protect Shannon Airport’s routes to Britain and across the Atlantic, a Fine Gael senator has said. Senator Tony Mulcahy said he believes the move by the Irish Government to sell Ireland’s national airline will “provide the necessary security” for the west of Ireland airport. Sep 18, 2019 · IAG, which owns British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia, currently holds about 55 per cent of Heathrow slots. Joint venture partners Virgin, Delta and Air France KLM hold less than 10 per cent between Dec 18, 2014 · Aer Lingus is the fourth largest airline at London Heathrow with 3.1% of the airport’s departure and arrival slots. Acquiring Aer Lingus would give IAG member airlines nearly 56% of departure and arrival slots. From London Heathrow, Aer Lingus flies to Belfast and Dublin (as does British Airways) and Shannon and Cork. Feb 25, 2015 · However, there could be a sticking point in its recent request that IAG extend beyond five years the commitments it has offered over the continued use of Aer Lingus' Heathrow slots on Irish routes. Aer Lingus ' operating profit up 18% in 2014, but margins have not taken off since the global financial crisis Jan 26, 2015 · The owner of British Airways today launched a £1billion takeover bid for Aer Lingus in an attempt to secure valuable take-off and landing slots at Heathrow Airport. IAG, which currently owns BA Jul 15, 2015 · It said in its antitrust approval for the $1.4 billion takeover that IAG has made a commitment to enter into agreements with competing airlines which operate long-haul flights out of London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Amsterdam, Shannon and Dublin so that Aer Lingus will continue to provide these airlines with connecting passengers. Dec 18, 2014 · Buying Aer Lingus would give British Airways more take off and landing slots at London’s Heathrow Airport, a key hub for profitable long-haul routes but which is operating at close to capacity, preventing the airline from adding more flights. IAG chief executive Willie Walsh knows Aer Lingus well.

May 27, 2015 · IAG has promised that they would retain the Aer Lingus brand, create new jobs and vowed not to sell the Heathrow slots for at least seven years.

Groups reject IAG's offer of Aer Lingus guarantees. Newstalk 16.21 2 Feb 2015 Share this article Ryanair, which owns 29.8% percent of Aer Lingus, in June renewed its effort to buy the rest of Aer Lingus, to boost its Irish operations. The EU blocked a previous takeover attempt 5 years ago, saying it would create a monopoly for Irish flights. Now IAG has signed a non-binding agreement to buy landing slots at Heathrow airport from Ryanair as part of its takeover bid for Aer Lingus.