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Three possible Transat suitors say they are not interested in acquiring struggling airline

Three possible Transat suitors say they are not interested in acquiring struggling airline
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At least three potential bidders for Transat AT Inc. say they are not currently interested in acquiring the tour operator after Air Canada terminated its deal to purchase the struggling company late last week.

Since the deal fell apart, Montreal-based Transat has been weighing its options, including seeking long-term funding and potential government support. In an email statement on Tuesday, it reiterated that it would also consider other acquirers, including an offer from Québecor chief executive Pierre Karl Péladeau that remains on the table.
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