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A higher altitude required

12 January 2015 By Olaf Storbeck

The UK airline’s sweetened 1.3 bln euro offer for the Irish national carrier is still too low. The price covers the value of the target’s fleet, its Heathrow slots and net cash. But the modest 32 pct premium ascribes little worth to Aer Lingus’ growing operating business.

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