Low-cost airline Ryanair plans to make a 694-million-euro ($881 million) bid for its rival airline Aer Lingus in what it said Tuesday was an opportunity to form one strong Irish airline.Ryanair said in a statement to the Irish Stock Exchange that it intended to make an all-cash offer through a wholly owned subsidiary, Coinside, of 1.30 euros per share.It said the offer was a 38.3 percent premium over Tuesday's Aer Lingus share price and a 46.7 percent premium over the average price for the last six months.
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