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Government more likely now to sell Aer Lingus
A commitment from IAG to retain Heathrow slots for "seven or eight" years may be enough to secure Government support for a sale of Aer Lingus, the Sunday Independent has learned.
Ireland's Labour Party softens opposition to Aer Lingus sale  
Soaring BA may leave Aer Lingus behind  
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