Willie Walsh, chief executive of International Airlines Group (IAG), the group bidding for Aer Lingus, received a 29 per cent pay rise in 2014, as his total pay rose to €7.9m. (Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg)

Chief executive of group bidding for Aer Lingus

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Ryanair has called on the UK competition regulator to reconsider its decision to request it to divest most of its near 30 per cent stake in Aer Lingus in light of the recent bid for the airline from the International Airlines Group (IAG).  (Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire)

Airline calls on the UK competition regulator to reconsider its decision to request it to divest its stake following IAG bid

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