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Airplanes. CJ EU confirms: Ireland must recover sum of €8 per passenger from airlines benefiting from unlawful State aid

Luxembourg, Luxembourg - Regardless of the benefit the airlines actually derived from the aid

In July 2009 Ryanair requested the Commission to examine whether the ‘air travel tax’ imposed by Ireland on airlines did not constitute unlawful State aid in favour of some of its competitors. According to Ryanair, those competitors had inter alia derived a financial advantage from the fact that they operated a significant number of flights to destinations located less than 300 km from Dublin air...

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency
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